St Peters CofE Primary

SEND Learning at home

You will find lots of useful SEND information and helpful links on Bristol's Local Offer website.

The Oak National Academy is a free website which has some super SEND lessons.

The Educational Psychology service have provided support HERE for responding to and nurturing children at this difficult time.




Reward charts are a great way to encourage motivation. Here are a some to suit a range of interests.

Autism Spectrum Condition support

Social stories are a great resource to use in supporting children at home especially at this time. The National Autistic Society has information on how to get started.

Here you will find a visual timetable for use at home.

For information and ideas on how to support with sensory processing at home, click here and for printable sensory activities click here

ASC support
Returning to school social story
Returning to school

Web links from Bristol Autism Team

Speech & Language Therapy support

The NHS speech and language support line is open weekdays 9am - 4pm just call 0330 125 6279.

Community Children's Health Partnership are available to support you and child. This video has information on the support they are currently providing. Call them on 07825 016335 to speak to a therapist. Or email

Their You Tube channel is HERE.

There are lots of useful videos and links being uploaded by the Talk Speech and Language therapy team onto their Facebook page including a regular 'Bucket Time' session.

Narrative activities
Games to develop vocabulary

Turn taking games
Tenses matching game
Learning action words
Visual instructions
Lego therapy

Lego therapy is a simple and effective way to practice your communication skills. The link above will take to to a video which explains how to get started. If you have Lego but have misplaced the instructions, you can download some at If you would prefer, the same principles of Lego therapy also apply to baking and art activities.

ADHD support

The Young Minds support line is 0808 802 5544.
ADHD support  


The SNIP literacy program is a great resource for increasing spelling and reading success using the over learning of high frequency words.

If your child struggles significantly with phonics using the Read Write Inc. approach, it is worth trying the Jolly Phonics scheme which is more sensory using songs and actions for each sound. The YouTube link to learn all the letters/sounds is here.

If you use Nessy, you can log in here

Click the button below for lots of useful videos on how to support your child with their home learning from 'Parent Champions'.
Top tips for reading, handwriting, spelling, memory and organisation