Sheiling College have been producing videos to guide parents through activities and support techniques.
Newfriars College have been using daily journals to embed learning into day-to-day activities.
National Star College has developed Continuity of Programme packs for all students in order to support families remotely, as well as those who have remained at college, to access an adjusted programme incorporating social distancing guidance.
The aim of the packs was to share an up-to-date picture of transition aspirations, learning goals and their links to wider EHCP Outcomes. It also invited families to contribute to these outcomes and be able to link in with identified course leaders to share feedback, photographs and videos of activities at home. Members of a student’s multidisciplinary team contributed reports, guidance and activities for the young person to participate in at home and for ease of understanding, the information is categorised against EHCP Outcome areas. Depending on the family’s access to technology, the packs and supporting documents were uploaded securely via OwnCloud or posted as hard copies. Such information will need to be tailored to meet parent / carers’ requirements, some will be happy with detail, whilst others will require information to be summarised and provided in an easy read format.
RNIB Loughborough have developed a Rainbow Themed Craft Project that engages learners in a variety of ways.
Download the individual components of the pack:
Download the entire Rainbow Craft Project (zip format)