SEN Online Support During COVID-19 Lockdown

Thank you for the support you are giving your children at this difficult time. We appreciate how demanding this may be given the changes to routines for your child as well as the added difficulties of lockdown for you and your family. In this section of the website, you will find a number of support sites for parents/carers of pupils with special educational needs (SEND).


SENIT Leeds Advice

Go Noodle Active screen time using dance, yoga, mindfulness and games.
Sheffield NHS Coronavirus Resrouces Includes a ‘hibernation pack’, talking about feelings, daily activity symbols, visual schedules for home and much more.

A free safe online counseling service for 10-18-year-olds to support their resilience and wellbeing. Watch this short video to learn more about the service offer. 

BBC Supermovers

Key stages: those with difficulties in movement -tracking back to primary levels.

Description: videos that help children move while they learn. They support curriculum subjects, including maths and English.

Registration: not required

Fitness Blender

Key stages: key stage 3 to key stage 5

Description: videos featuring a range of exercises and workouts. You can choose exercises by: degree of difficulty, type, gender and whether equipment is needed or not.

Registration: not required


Key stages: key stage 3 and key stage 4

Description: videos delivered by teachers focusing on the PE curriculum which are accessible on YouTube.

Registration: not required

Priory Woods School

Description: resources from an award-winning, innovative school, rated by Ofsted as outstanding and put together by SEND teachers. The resources include apps and programmes.

Registration: not required

SEND Gateway

Description: A range of SEND guidance videos created in collaboration with the Centre for Education and Youth (CfEY) in addition to many other experts within the sector. Aimed at Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs).

Registration: not required

Speech and Language Kids

Description: a range of education and therapy resources for speech and language problems. A podcast is also available on iTunes for verbal and non-verbal children.

Registration: not required

Teaching Students with Visual Impairments

Description: a range of downloadable resources to support blind and visually impaired pupils.

Registration: is required