Transitioning from nursery to reception If your children are transitioning from nursery to reception, it can be a nerve-wracking time. How will they cope in a big classroom or in a large playground with lots of other children? Will they make friends easily? Will they be happy there? One of our SENsational Tutors, Lucy Lynch, […]
As summer comes to an end, many of us may already be overwhelmed by the thought of the children going back to school. All the morning mayhem, the stress of the school run and the headache of homework nagging. But it doesn’t have to be that way. You have the power to turn it all […]
Meditation and mindfulness In today’s fast paced society it’s even more important to take time out to relax. Never before have we been bombarded with so much information 24 hours a day. Children in the modern world rarely grow up in nature, playing barefoot, getting bored and making up imaginary games. That’s where meditation and […]
Special Educational Needs friendly summer kids activities For families with Autism or Special Educational Needs (SEN) there are plenty of exciting places to spend your summer days in London this August. Here is our pick of the most popular things to do to have a SENsational summer in the city. SEN MUSEUM MORNINGS For families with […]
SUMMER DAYS OUT FOR THE KIDS IN LONDON There are many ways to entertain the children this summer, both indoors and outdoors. But if you fancy treating them to something a little more ‘cool for school’ try checking out some of these wild and wonderful Summer Days Out for the kids in London and beyond. […]
Studies suggest that children lose 30% of their learning over the summer holiday. This summer learning loss is especially evident in children aged 10 and under who may be left unstimulated and have a greater tendency to forget what they have learnt at school. Just less than a month to go for the summer holidays […]
SENsational Tutors Ltd., London’s leading Special Needs tuition company, has received funding from Westminster City Council to provide approximately 20 children in Westminster with a FREE place at its SENsationally Fun Summer Camp this August. Geared towards combatting summer learning loss, the Summer Camp, will be run by a team of qualified teachers and learning […]
This summer why not use some free time with your child at home or outdoors to encourage Maths and English skills with fun activities. Here are five easy activities you can prepare and do with your child during any half term or summer holiday.
Reading is one activity that a child with autism may find particularly challenging. We consider three distinct learning styles, while putting a lesson plan together to help a child with autism with learning to read.