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Sensory Play & Interventions

Sensory interventions are put in place to ensure the children in Yew Class are ready to learn. The children will engage in the different sensory trays independently and are now enjoying sharing the activity with their peers and adults in class.

The children  also access sensory circuits which are designed to alert or calm depending on each individual and the time of the day. 

Picture 1 Bouncing on the trampette.
Picture 2 Sensory trays linked to our story.
Picture 3 Exploring different materials.
Picture 4 Having lots of fun with Margi.
Picture 5 Jake engaging and making lots of eye contact.
Picture 6 Jake enjoying water play.
Picture 7 Learning how to use a scoot board.
Picture 8 Lewis getting ready to climb the bench.
Picture 9 Ellis learning how to climb down the bench.
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Picture 11 Turn taking. Austins turn on the scoot board.
Picture 12 Ellis doing a calming exercise on the peanut ball.
Picture 13 Oscar practicing how to crawl up the bench.
Picture 14 Jake enjoying some proprioceptive input.
Picture 15 Exploring sensory trays together.
Picture 16 Ellis is learning how to steer the bike.
Picture 17 Relaxing in the immersive suite.
Picture 18 Lewis enjoying the foot spa.
Picture 19 Now time for a massage.
Picture 20 Ready, Steady, GO!
Picture 21 Crash!