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We know that during these difficult times parents of children with ASD diagnosis or tendencies in particular are struggling.  This school page has a lot of useful information.






This SEMH(Social, emotional, mental health) newsletter has some useful ideas.

Activities to support children with Dyslexia 

Some literacy support

ADHD strategies for home

Autism strategies for home

More Autism tips

Coronavirus:  SEND and Mental Health, Social and Emotional Well-Being  


Kingsbury Primary School is fully committed to supporting the mental health, social and emotional well-being of our pupils and their families. As a school we are being directed by the Government are providing a childcare provision. The Government list of ‘key workers’ for this childcare can be found at here  


Another school kindly compiled this list and shared. The following list of contacts that are available to all families, should they need support during these uncertain and challenging times. Please keep safe and look after yourselves!



  • Mencap - Easy Read guide to Coronavirus:


  • Place2Be – Guide to helping parents answer questions from their children and to support family wellbeing:


  • Young Minds - Talking to your child about Coronavirus and 10 tips from their Parents Helpline to support family wellbeing:



  • Covibook – an interactive resource designed to support and reassure children aged 7 and under, designed to help children explain and draw the emotions that they might be experiencing during the pandemic:


  • Amaze - information pack for parents



When new children join our school we gather as much information as possible. If a new pupil has SEN we ensure we are aware of their requirements, we work with previous schools and parents to find out how best to meet the child's needs. If a child has a physical disability we would ensure that we could meet needs and look at our accessibility plan and review any aspects as required to ensure the pupil could both physically access the site and have equality in terms of access to the curriculum.