Sensory and/or Physical Needs
Children are supported with their sensory development through a range of interventions, activities and use of resources. This includes sensory breakfast, where children are encouraged to explore foods by touching, smelling and tasting at the beginning of each session.
Children access sensory circuits, which is a physical activity that prepares children for focused learning.
Sensory stories are used to bring a story to life through sensory experiences linked to the text.
Children take part in sensory cooking sessions where we teach children cooking skills and encourage them to explore the ingredients through touch, smell and taste.
TAC PAC is an intervention used to link music to sensory experiences.
Some children have an individual sensory diet. This is a tailored plan of physical and sensory activities which meet a child's individual needs.
Please see below the medium term plans for sensory circuits and curiosity sessions.