STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT SEN AT HOME
Welcome to our resources page for parents supporting children and young people with SEN at home.
At More House School, we believe in the strength of our community and recognise the importance of collaboration between parents, teachers, and pupils.
This page is designed to empower parents in supporting their children with their academic work and independent learning skills.
We aim to build up a range of opportunities here, to enable you and those who work with your son out of school to develop your understanding, confidence and skills in this area.
Parents, families and professionals outside of the More House community are also welcome to access these resources.
Short online course
How can I support my child’s learning at home, particularly if they have more than one diagnosis?
The evidence-base suggests that as we focus less on their labels and more on essential cognitive functions, we will help them to thrive.
Beyond the Label: Parental Strategies for Academic Support at Home
A new short online course developed by More House School for parents, families and friends wishing to develop their skills around supporting children and young people with SEN.
Enrolment on this Beyond the Label course is £10. More details about
the course and registration can be accessed via clicking the image below:
Current More House parents are invited to request one free
enrolment per household by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Parents who have completed Beyond the Label describe it as…
"easily accessible""great value for this price""professional and easy to follow""very helpful to have the printable version available too""a lot of very comprehensive information"
We will shortly be sharing a selection of video resources entitled: Supporting Tasks at Home
This series will feature Meriel Davenport (Director of Assessment & Therapy) and Eleanor Margesson (Director of Staff Training & Development) exploring various aspects of learning and communication, considering their impact on children and young people with SEN and strategies to support them along the way.