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Barnet Autism Advisory Team Resources for Parents/Carers

created by SR published on 06 April 2020

Introduction Dear Parent/ Carer Here are some tips and strategies to support you and your child while you are at home due to the current situation. We have sorted activities into categories to match your child’s needs. Our Top Tips Introduction explains how these resources are organised to support you: https://5f2fe3253cd1dfa0d089-bf8b2cdb6a1dc2999fecbc372702016c.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.

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Barnet Autism Advisory Team Parent Hotline

created by SR published on 01 April 2020

We are pleased to announce the introduction of a hotline to support parents of autistic children and young people living in Barnet. The aim of this is to provide parents with an opportunity to discuss concerns around:

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Home Learning - Information for Parents & Carers

created by SR published on 26 March 2020

Below you will find useful information and links to support home learning: Learning Resources Links to free educational resources: a comprehensive list of organisations offering free access to educational resources with hyperlinks to their webpages: https://5f2fe3253cd1dfa0d089-bf8b2cdb6a1dc2999fecbc372702016c.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.

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Cancellation of SEN Phase Transfer Sessions

created by NB published on 19 March 2020

Dear Parents and young people, Due to the developing Covid-19 situation, the following SEN phase transfer session that were due to take place have been cancelled: • Wednesday 25 March from 6.30pm to 8pm • Thursday 26 March from 1pm to 2.30pm Both were taking place at St Paul’s Church Hall, Long Lane, Finchley, London N3 2PU.

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New Quality First Teaching Tips Toolkit

created by Inclusion Advisory Team (IAT) published on 17 March 2020

This fantastic new resource is a toolkit of top tips to support all staff in using Quality First Teaching strategies when meeting the needs of learners. Quality First Teaching and the graduated response to SEN is embedded in the SEND Code of Practice and the toolkit has been developed by members of the SEN Support workstream to support this in school settings.

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