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  Home Learning Inclusion

 SEND Maths activities

Number formation
  Number formation two
  Snail game

10 sided dice template for printing

Make a dice and play the number game

  Big or Little loto board game
  Hungry croc Understanding the more and less symbol
  More or less crocodile activity
  More or less
  Ordering and counting 0-20
  I can count
  Repeating patterns with counting starters
  Week 11 Maths
  Week 12 Maths
  Week 13 maths
  Week 14 Maths

SEND Reading activities

  Tejus shadow
  Tejus shadow comprehension questions
  A very busy day
  A very busy day comprehension questions
  come stay with me
  Come stay with me comprehension questions
  Big bad bug
  Big bad bug comprehension questions
  Dad can you do
  Dad, can you do
  Can you see me
  Can you see me comprehension questions
  The toys party
  The toys party comprehension questions
  Family poems
  Family poems comprehension questions
  The right home
  The right home comprehension questions

SEND Writing  activities

  3 Simple Sentences Writing Prompts
  Word pack 1 - cut along black lines for child to match
  Word pack 2 - cut along black lines for child to match
  Word pack 3 - cut along black lines for child to match
  Word pack 4 - cut along black lines for child to match
  Word pack 5 - cut along black lines for child to match
  Word pack 6 - cut along black lines for child to match
  The 3 little pigs matching activity
  The three little pigs sequencing
  Alphabet matching activity
  I can write game
  Cut Up Sentences
  Writing full sentences
  Week 11 English activities
  Week 12 writing activities
  Week 13 Writing
  Week 14 writing

SEND Topic activities

Science rainbow activity
  Science Walk tick lists
  PE Board game to get you moving
  PE Games to get you moving
  Geography-comparing two villages
  Science- materials
  RE- matching activity
  DT- make an ice cream
  PSHE likes and dislikes

Fine Motor activities

Fine motor activities
  Pencil control activity workbook
  Rice game
  Threading words with pasta
  Spaghetti sticks
  Clothes peg activity
  Leaf cutting
  Straw threading with pasta
  Crazy heads
  Seaside activity
  Summer fine motor pack

Sensory activities

In the Kitchen
  Massage stories
  Playdough ideas
  Sensory play activities
  In the bathroom
Speech and Language SL week 1
  SL week 1 activity 2
  Bin it week 2
  Roll the car week 2
  Draw it game week 3
  Grand National game week 3
  Poor Sam week 4
  Treasure hunt week 4
  Stepping Stones week 5
  Vanishing Toys week 5
  Like and dont like cards week 6
  On Holiday week 6
  Bubbles Week 7
  Colour Me week 7
  Hide and seek week 9
  Shopping week 9
Social Stories Childrens Coronavirus Fact Sheet -NHS-Public Health England
  Dave the dog social story
  Extra Corona virus social story
  School closing Social Story
  Social Distancing story NSW font
  Staying Well Story
Summer activities

Summer activities 1 going on a picnic

  Summer activities 2 going to the park
  Summer activities 3 going to the seaside
  Summer activities 4 going to the zoo
  Summer activities 5 exploring food

Children with Special Education Needs

There are times when some children need additional support during their school life. Through our special needs programme, and with assistance from parents/carers, outside agencies and local special schools, we endeavour to identify promptly a child’s particular needs, so that individual programmes can be provided when appropriate.

Mission Statement

Pupils attain the highest levels of achievement, of which they are capable, by being offered a safe, inclusive, supportive and stimulating learning environment.  Irrespective of need, pupils are included in all aspects of school life and are encouraged to be independent and responsible citizens ready for the challenges of a changing future.

Pupils are aware of their own needs, whilst also being respectful and understanding of the needs of others around them. They encourage and support each other to succeed in their learning and to develop their confidence, self-esteem and future aspirations.

Inclusion for Disabled Pupils

The SEN and Disability Act 2001 extended the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (DDA) to cover education. Since September 2002, the Governing Body has had three key duties towards disabled pupils, under Part 4 of the DDA:

  • Not to treat disabled pupils less favourably for a reason related to their disability.
  • To make reasonable adjustments for disabled pupils, so that they are not at a substantial disadvantage.
  • To plan to increase access to education for disabled pupils.

The school’s Disability Equality Scheme and Accessibility Plan set out the proposals of the Governing Body of the school to increase access to education for disabled pupils in the three areas required by the planning duties in the DDA:

  • Increasing the extent to which disabled pupils can participate in the school curriculum.
  • Improving the environment of the school to increase the extent to which disabled pupils can take advantage of education and associated services.
  • Improving the delivery to disabled pupils of information which is provided in writing for pupils who are not disabled.

Ensuring that the ethos in school prevents disabled pupils being treated less favourably than other pupils.

For any SEN queries please contact Lyndsay or Jane:

SEND Report

All Tower Hamlets schools are committed to adopting a comprehensive approach to meeting the needs of all pupils including those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).

SEND report 2018-19


SEN Local Offer

Ben Jonson School is an inclusive school which is always striving to be better. It offers a range of provision to support children with various SEND including: communication and interaction needs, learning difficulties, social, mental and emotional health difficulties and physical needs.

BJ SEN Local Offer

Introduction to SEN Inclusion team

BJ SEND Policy

 Tower Hamlets Local Offer

Queries for Parents

If you have any questions regarding our school please contact Dee Dillon, our Attendance and Family Welfare Officer.