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“We’re all in this together” study day 7 December 2017

Speech, language and communication for children with Down syndrome in Primary Phase For staff working in mainstream schools including Teaching Assistants,Classroom Teachers, SENCO’s, Support Teachers, Speech and Language Therapists and parents. A one day workshop for families and professionals supporting children with Down syndrome up to the age of 11, on understanding our children’s communication profile and supporting them to develop their speech, language
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Upcoming Training Oct 4th 2017

Working with Children who have Down Syndrome in Mainstream Schools: Strategies to support communication and learning Oct 4th 2017 For staff working in mainstream  schools, including Teaching Assistants, Classroom Teachers, SENCO’s, Support Teachers, Speech and Language Therapists. This course enables staff to review and update strategies used in school. It offers essential information about Down Syndrome and  effective strategies for staff who are relatively
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Rhythmic Movement and Play Training

This workshop looks at movement and development, especially in the pre-school and primary years and how we can use Rhythmic Movements and other activities with young children to make sure they are able to participate and successfully achieve at school.
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Music workshop success!

Music and rhythm playing directly engages the cerebellum region within the brain (an area that is particularly weak for children with Down syndrome).
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Donation from Lewes Rotary Club

We would like to say a huge Thank you to the Rotarian’s of the Lewes Rotary Club, for raising funds for our much loved sports club. Brian McCarthy came along to present us with a cheque at one of our sports meetings. Brian is pictured here presenting a cheque to Louis. Once again a big Thankyou!  


Understanding Sensory Processing Issues for Pupils with DS

School boy learning

Pupils with Down syndrome often exhibit difficulties with taking in, integrating and making use of sensory information.
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