Sensory circuits are physical activities that help to alert, organise and then relax the senses of the pupils so that they are ready to take part in class activities. Participating in a short sensory motor circuit is a great way to alert or calm pupils and settle them into the school day.
Sensory circuits are available to all pupils from 9am-10am. Many pupils have a personalised 10metable to allow them to also access regular sensory input throughout the day as required.
Aim of circuits
Playing with Lego is fun and helps develop social skills and language, fine motor dexterity, problem solving and encourages creativity. Our pupils enjoy Lego sessions throughout the week as they have the opportunity to build with peers from across the school. Sessions contribute to the Children's University credits.