Click Technology slides to find some simple way to support students in accessing the curriculum, including speech selector to read text aloud, look up functions to use to decode vocabulary and immersive reader.
Here are some simple ways to ensure EAL students make as much progress as possible within lessons. Providing visual cues and pre teaching using translation can be powerful tools to close the gap. EAL_strategies
Here is a really useful tool to help adults in the classroom scaffold their support for pupils without removing their independence. scaffolding card back scaffolding card front
Advice and guidance from an evidence base as well as from our SEND Lead regarding Quality First Teaching and how to modify learning to support pupils. Quality First Teaching
Important information regarding anxiety and how it affects the adolescent brain. Read here for strategies to support pupils and an explanation of the effects of anxiety. Anxiety and the Adolescent brain
Read the guidance here in terms of understanding the needs of children with attachment challenges, and how to get the best out of these pupils/how to support them effectively. Attachment
Please find below some guidance in relation to supporting pupils with Autism. Autism
Please find below various guidance from how to modify your teaching for children who suffer from ADHD Supporting ADHD pupils ADHD-Fact-Sheet-2018 (1) Secondary_School_Strategies ADHD The-Ultimate-ADHD-Toolkit-1 (1) How-to-Teach-Children-With-ADHD-2 (1) (1)