Our Lady and St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

Our Lady and St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

Searching faithfully for excellence

Congratulations to Darcie Mylchreest, winner of the Jess Cup

Fitzwilliam Street, Rotherham,South Yorkshire S63 7HG


01709 760084

SEN Home Learning

Welcome to SEN Home Learning

Keep an eye on this blog for updates on SEN learning that can be done at home.

Below you will also find useful files and documents you can download to use at home.

SEN Home Learning Blog

Home Learning 6.1.21

FS 1 (Foundation 1) on: SEN Home Learning Blog

Good morning,

I have sourced lots of websites designed to support your child's learning through lockdown. These are available here: SEND weblinks for home learning.docx

If there is anything you need whilst learning at home, then please do email us and we will try our upmost to help. We can be reached through: worrywednesday@olsj.org.uk

Take care,

Mrs Pegg

A New Year 4.1.21

FS 1 (Foundation 1) on: SEN Home Learning Blog

Hello all grown-ups of OLASJ,

While we still find ourselves in these uncertain times, we are conscious that children may need to self-isolate for a multitude of reasons throughout the remainder of the academic year. While your child is isolating, we are aware that they may need additional resources to support their learning at home.

The files below have been categorised in to the 4 broad areas of SEN, as defined by the SEN code of Practice, 2014. There is Cognition and Learning (which includes poor working memory, dyslexia and mild/moderate learning difficulties), Communication and Interaction (which includes ASD and speech and language difficulties), Social, Emotional and Mental Health and Sensory and Physical (which includes fine and gross motor difficulties and sensory play ideas)

In each of these folders, you will find a list of websites that support each need and resources to support learning. These will be updated regularly-so please keep checking back! Please feel free to look in each folder, even if your child may not have difficulty in that area, as you may find resources/websites that will benefit your child. The resources contained in the SEMH folder may also be useful for any child who is finding things difficult 

If you do have any questions/concerns, then please do email us on: worrywednesday@olsj.org.uk as this is checked daily and someone will respond to your query 

Mrs Pegg.

Below are useful files and documents you can download to use at home.

 SEN Home Learning
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