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St Augustine's Catholic Primary School

Following Jesus, our school family shows love and respect for one another and the world around us.

Cranbrook Road, Gants Hill, Ilford, Essex IG2 6RG
Enquiries to be addressed to Mrs Brogan in the Infant Office

02085 541919

admin.st-augustines@redbridge.gov.uk

FreedomHonestyRespectToleranceTrust

Support

Click Here for SENCo's Welcome

 

Please take a look below at the 'different types of learning needs' websites
that may help you and your child.


The Inclusion Development Programme (IDP) is part of the government’s strategy to improve
outcomes for children with special educational needs and was first outlined in Removing Barriers to Achievement.
Please click here for more information

 

Special Education Resource Centre (SERC) is a very helpful website that has many resources and downloads that can provide help and support with your SEN needs. Website address below.

http://www.redbridgeserc.org/

Click here for SERC Newsletter for June 2017

 

Resources, Reports, Books, Support Groups

St Augustine's School have regular visits from Brentwood Catholic Children Society to counsel children that may have experienced great hardship and suffering - from bereavement to bullying, from anxiety to abuse. bccs are a charity that provide counselling for children and young adults whose wellbeing, and mental and emotional health,
could be at risk. For more information please go to their website:

www.bccs.org.uk

 

Other helpful links...

www.supersummary.com

www.find.redbridge.gov.uk

www.annakennedyonline.com

http://www.autismeducationtrust.org.uk/

www.gilligangames.co.uk

www.talkingpoint.org.uk

www.afasicengland.org.uk

www.makaton.org/

www.pearsonpublishing.co.uk/...understandin0101.html

www.helpguide.org/mental/adhd_add_signs_symptoms.htm

www.addup.co.uk/

www.fintanoregan.com

www.adhdtraining.co.uk

www.griefencounter.org.uk/

www.info@winstonswish.org.uk

www.crusebereavementcare.org.uk

www.penelopeelse.com/2011/04/dyslexia-a-remarkably-simple-cure

www.leasthenie-software.de/game/game.html

www.thedyslexia-spidtrust.org.uk/4/resources//resources-for-schools/

www.cmt-optometrists.co.uk

www.bdadyslexia.org.uk

www.wordshark.co.uk

http://.hull.ac.uk/student/pdf/studyadvice-dyswhatunderstanding.pdf

www.jenny.myzen.co.uk/games.html

www.lasthenie-software.de/game/game.htm

www.nessy.com

www.inclusive.co.uk

www.toe-by-toe.co.uk

www.cricksoft.com

www.dynamomaths.comuk

www.stevechinn.co.uk

www.wordshark.co.uk

www.dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk

www.liamplumridge.com/pages/82.htm

www.movementmattersuk.org

www.boxofideas.org

www.move627.org

www.spidtransition.co.uk

http://www2.hull.ac.uk/student/pdf/studyadvice-dyswhatunderstanding.pdf

www.lucid-research.com

www.cogmed.com

 

 

 

Communication is a vital skill that all children need to learn.
Without it they will not reach their full potential. Here at Talking Point we give parents and carers the information they need to help their children develop these skills.                                        http://www.talkingpoint.org.uk
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 " Discover Children’s Story Centre is the UK’s first hands-on creative literacy centre for children aged 0-11 years and their families, carers and teachers.
Discover’s overarching mission is to spark children and adults’ imagination, curiosity and creativity in a magical and stimulating environment. We offer a variety of programmes including schools workshops, family art activities, a literature programme led by children’s writers and illustrators, community and education projects, artist residencies in schools and training for professionals that work with children and families. In The Studio we commission artists to create multisensory installations and exhibitions. Each year over 100,000 people benefit from our programmes.
Discover is a registered charity, all proceeds go directly into delivering high quality innovative work for children and families in east London."