sensory

  1. Explore Your Senses Outdoors

    Explore Your Senses Outdoors

    When we think of sensory play we often think logically to the five main senses; sight, smell, touch, sound and taste. We can create a plethora of scented potion play set ups, introducing smell and touch into fun festivities. We can use lights, and glow sticks, balloons filled with rice, messy outdoor painting boards and more. When thinking of outdoor...
  2. Water Play: Let's Get Talking

    Water Play: Let's Get Talking

    Water play can be immensely fun for children but at the same time has a tremendous impact on communication and language development. We know that the focus on this area of development is particularly important following the publication of the revised Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). When children play with water, it is very much a social experience - just...
  3. Autism Acceptance

    Autism Acceptance

    The UN has chosen Inclusion in the Workplace: Challenges and Opportunities in a Post-Pandemic World as the theme for this year’s Autism Awareness Day on the 2nd of April 2022. Not so relevant to us in education I hear you say, but as leaders and practitioners, believe me, it is very relevant.  One in fifty-five adults are diagnosed with Autism. It...

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