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SEN display, any ideas?

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by camronfry, Feb 8, 2011.

  1. camronfry

    camronfry New commenter

    We need a new diplay in our SEN department and have already done the likes of 'What is learning support for', 'famous people with special needs', 'motivational phrases' and are looking for something else. We're all a bit devoid of ideas, any suggestions?
     
  2. camronfry

    camronfry New commenter

    We need a new diplay in our SEN department and have already done the likes of 'What is learning support for', 'famous people with special needs', 'motivational phrases' and are looking for something else. We're all a bit devoid of ideas, any suggestions?
     
  3. rosiecg

    rosiecg Occasional commenter

    Maybe something on sign language/Makaton? Our school had one last year with some facts and figures as well as some pictures and symbols for various signs (we had simple commands, animals, numbers and the alphabet). We had a pile of relevant leaflets next to it as well as links to websites.
     
  4. camronfry

    camronfry New commenter

    Thanks very much, that's a really good idea. I might just do that.
     

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