Remote Learning Support for Send

Remote Learning Support for Parents of children who have SEND

Children who have SEND have a wide range of specific needs and we recognise that some pupils may have needs, which cannot easily be met in our remote learning offer. Trinity School is however, committed to ensuring that we provide you with as much support as possible in the current circumstances.

This will mean individualised planning in some cases and will be dependent on individual circumstances for learning at home. 

Supporting growth in confidence will be a key factor in preparing work for your child. 

A member of staff from school will make contact with you and your child each week to ensure your child is accessing their learning or to provide more support, if required. This may be the tutor or a member of the support staff who has been working with them during the school closure.

You may also contact the following staff for further support and guidance:

·        Mrs Sara Kemp, the school’s SENDCo, if you have concerns regarding your child.

·        Miss Caroline Rankin, Teacher in Charge of ACE for support if your child is in the ACE resource.

·        Mr Ryan Williams, Teacher in Charge of ASD Unit for support if your child is in the ASD Unit.

There are a number of organisations who have put together ‘Remote Learning Support’ for parents of children who have special educational needs and disabilities, some of which may be helpful to you.

SEND Bitesize for Parents:

Ideas to structure the day for your child:

  • Make a visual timetable: Visual Timetable guidance attached.


  • Build in lots of Brain breaks during the day.  


Don’t expect your child to concentrate for too long without a break

3.     Learning is not just about sitting, listening to the teacher or filling in a worksheet. If your child has an interest in something, try to let them learn through that interest. This could be using Lego or researching a planet or their favourite animal. Use the outside environment too. This is also an opportunity to develop all important life skills such as preparing lunch, writing to a family member or doing some gardening.

Below are some links for additional support and guidance:


Joe Wicks PE with Joe - - Wellbeing Online Groups for our young people with Autism. Please contact

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