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Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists work collaboratively with teaching staff, other professionals and families to help children and young people develop functional skills for everyday life in areas of self-care, life skills, school work and play.


Occupational Therapy provides support in the following areas:


  • Fine and gross motor and co-ordination skills
  • Handwriting and visual perception, typing and recording work in class
  • Sensory based strategies to support sensory integration
  • Self-help and independence
  • Specialist equipment needs, such as adapted cutlery, pens and writing slopes.


Occupational Therapy may be provided in individual sessions and integrated into the classroom with programmes delivered by the class team.


Home Learning Resources

Plasticine Play for Cutlery Skills

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Quick & Easy Zones of Regulation Check-in to use at home