Category Archive for: ‘Parents’

Minis Programme

Boogie Mites resources available from I CAN

Do you want to become more confident using music and songs to help develop your children’s communication skills? If so, check out new resources available on I CAN’s shop. Through their ‘Active Music Making’ approach, early years practitioners Boogie Mites can help you with tips and ideas for helping children to develop vital communication skills. The Boogie Mites packs offer …

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Win a chance to see Sir Paul McCartney and other top prizes in I CAN’s online auction!

Bid now in I CAN’s online auction and win some incredible prizes, including a chance to meet Sir Paul McCartney and see him in concert! Bid for tickets to see Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium, try your hand at fly fishing for the day, or win the chance to meet the X Factor finalists on tour! The auction is in …

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New books available on I CAN’s shop: Starving the Anger Gremlin Review

Starving the Anger Gremlin is a workbook of activities designed for young people with anger issues to work through on their own or with a parent or professional to help guide. Based around Cognitive Behavioural Therapy principles, but not advocating to be a ‘session by session’ therapy programme, the workbook provides a step-by-step approach to young people aged ten and …

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Children Families Bill

The Children & Families Act

What is the Children & Families Act? The Children and Families Act is the law the coalition government has introduced to take forward its plans for improving services for vulnerable children and families in England. It covers a whole range of different areas of children’s lives; one of which is services for children with special educational needs (SEN). The Children and …

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How Meath School helped our son catch up.

A blog from a Meath School parent. Our son Max has been at Meath School now since June 2011 and I have to admit to not finding Meath School at all myself. Max’s fabulous LSA at his mainstream school was doing her PGCE and at every turn she asked if she could write about Max, and we always gave our …

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