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Getting Into A Routine Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Supporting Development > Getting Into A Routine

routines For children in school having routines can help them settle into new environments. get ready for starting nursery and school. It will be easier you are all used to getting up. to follow other routines and rules that are expected of them for example at school. It can help. to learn and remember at school. Now your child is older it’s a good idea to get them involved. be that you all have meals together. It might be school night bedtimes and screen time limits. Find

Hearing & Vision Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Supporting Development > Hearing & Vision

start school, they will be offered another hearing and vision check. Read more about school age hearing.. A change in their progress at school. Speak to your GP if you are concerned about your child's hearing

Children's Sleep Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Behaviour & Sleep > Children's Sleep

be a change they are facing like a new school or a house move. There might have been arguments. help it. Unfortunately it does not always fit in with school and family life. It can be the cause

Understanding Your Child's Behaviour Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Behaviour & Sleep > Understanding Your Child's Behaviour

. You can call Just One Number to speak to a health professional or speak to your child's school. preschool setting or school, they will be happy to talk to you about how best to support your child

Behaviour Troubleshooting Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Behaviour & Sleep > Behaviour Troubleshooting

child often seems to struggle with playing and friendships; Talk to nursery / school and ask them. by your child. Talk to school or early years setting, or call Just One Number to speak to a health. with rules and your are finding their behaviour hard to manage speak to nursery / school or call us at Just. children are different but if you are worried speak to your child's preschool setting or school

Behaviour Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Behaviour & Sleep > Behaviour

Children show us how they are feeling in the way they behave. The reasons might be more obvious at some times than others. It is affected by age, understanding, experiences and personality.  Behaviour is a way of communicating. It can take time to work out what children are trying to tell us. Changes in behaviour might be because of; Change or family difficulties such as starting school. speak to your child's preschool setting or school, they will be happy to talk to you about how best

Norfolk Steps - Session 1 Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Behaviour & Sleep > Norfolk Steps > Norfolk Steps - Session 1

to your child's preschool setting or school. They will be happy to talk to you about how best

Norfolk Steps - Session 2 Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Behaviour & Sleep > Norfolk Steps > Norfolk Steps - Session 2

setting or school. They will be happy to talk to you about how best to support your child. You can contact

Norfolk Steps - Session 3 Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Behaviour & Sleep > Norfolk Steps > Norfolk Steps - Session 3

This session will cover A range of helpful responses to support you, including: Scripts Limited choices and disempowering behaviours Use of ‘when and then’ language Educational and protective consequences Restorative approaches. Putting together a simple behaviour support plan including key scripts and responses. Go to session 4 Session 4 will cover Who can Help? Remember all children are different but if you are worried. speak to your child's preschool setting or school

Norfolk Steps - Session 4 Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Behaviour & Sleep > Norfolk Steps > Norfolk Steps - Session 4

This session will cover Putting together a simple behaviour support plan including key scripts and responses. The behaviour support your child may receive at school, including behaviour analysis and support plans Advice on how you can prepare for meetings about your behaviour support plan. Go to session 5 Session 5 will cover Who can Help? Remember all children are different but if you are worried. speak to your child's preschool setting or school. They will be happy to talk to you about