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Safer Internet Day: February 9th February

Safer Internet Day 2021 celebrates the amazing range of information and opportunities online, and its potential to inform, connect and inspire us, whilst also looking at how young people can separate fact from fiction.

The campaign focuses on how we can know what to trust online, supporting young people to question, challenge and change the online world. It will explore how influence, persuasion and manipulation can impact young people’s decisions, opinions and what they share online.

 

Click here for free resources to talk to your child about online safety this Safer Internet Day. 

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Live Music Now

 Live Music Now are delighted to share their new Online Video Library for Schools with you.  

Live Music Now

 This is a set of inclusive, participatory concerts recently recorded by some of the young professional musicians that work with Live Music Now.   The videos are inspired by their work in SEN settings and are designed to be inclusive for children with additional learning needs.   

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Virtual Sing and Sign

As we couldn’t get together in person this year, we didn’t want to miss the opportunity to share the fantastic songs created by young people in Doncaster schools.

sing and sign

You tube link

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Specialist teaching

specialist teaching link

Pupils accessing subject specific

subjects by key stage

 

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The Negative Hat

A story written by a Doncaster Primary school teacher and mental health first aider which may help to deal with negative feelings.

The Negative Hat

 

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Special Apps for Very Special Learners

Please click on the link below for information on Learning Apps to use with your young person.

Learning Apps

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Please click below to see the story book created to help your child on their return to school.

Coming back to_school_in_a_bubble

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CEOP Online Safety

Please find below link to online safety activities for you to do with your young person. There are different activities according to age.

Age 5-7-home-activity-sheet

Age 4-5-home-activity-sheet

Age 4-7-home-activity-reward-chart

Age 8-10-home-activity-sheet

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Space Related Educational Resources to Try at Home

The UK Space Agency has put together a number of activities/videos and resources for pupils to do at home.  Some of the activities may only be of interest to our more able students.

Space Resources

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Due to the current coronavirus advice, The Point is currently closed to the public and all face to face activity is postponed. darts staff are continuing to work from home to develop our work and find new ways for our participants to get involved in creative activity. We are also supporting our brilliant artist and freelance artist team to create activity for all of our groups as well as a wider public audience.

 

We wish you all well during this strange and uncertain time and look forward to seeing you again soon. In the meantime, we remain committed to using the arts and creativity to improve life, learning and health and finding new ways to connect with you all.

Link to Darts web page

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Resources from RCPCH

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Starsteam

Visual resources, guidance documents and links relating to Coronavirus especially for Autistic children.

Link to Starsteam

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Letters and Sounds Online Lessons

This is a great resource to use to help our young people with their reading.  Have a look at the Phase 2 “Learning to Blend”.

If your child is confident with blending have a look at the other clips!

Letter to parents & carers about online phonics lessons

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CAMHS Creative Therapeutic Ideas for Families -lots of helpful advice and activity ideas.

Brighten up your Day

Doncaster schools have sent in their heart warming  stories of things that have helped in the current uncertain time. Please have a look – Brighten up your day

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Twitter

If you don’t already follow ‘Your Voice Doncaster (YourVoiceDonca1)’ on Twitter please do so as they are constantly keeping you updated by; retweeting Council information, sharing key messages from the Council and have great links with other services to keep you in the loop.
Also, starting from this week, they will be posting daily activity ideas at 11am, along with a challenge at 1pm

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Sam has put together the following links to websites that may help to keep your young person occupied and engaged whilst at home.

Sensory
 

The Sensory Projects has project packs for inclusive learning

http://www.thesensoryprojects.co.uk/free-educational-resources

and also some simple sensory games to play

http://www.thesensoryprojects.co.uk/guides

Pete Wells  sensory stories      

Children with additional needs
https://do2learn.com/

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