#931 Sensory Circuits – St Marys Catholic Primary Ipswich
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What did we do?
I arranged training for staff to attend Sensory ircuits training online. The training was delivered by Concept Training. The object of the training was to equip staff to engage children in sensory activities in the session so that they are ready for learning in the classroom.
I feel calm and relaxed after the session
Summary of impact
Children have been more engaged in their learning in the classroom. Teachers have said the children are focused on the task at hand, less distracted and have produced more quality work as a result. The evidence was gathered by Boxall profiling and meeting with staff
Arranging training for staff
Implementing the programme
Evaluating the outcome
What would we do differently
The challenges we faced were
Involving staff to come early (before school) to run the programme.
Having a dedicated space to run the programme.
Space to store equipment and resources.
Commitment of children to come for the programme.
Cost involved was:
Staff time to run programme
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