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Eggbuckland Vale Primary School & Nursery

Thinkers and Learners

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Visual timetables are used to help reduce anxiety, promote routine and help a child with transition of activities. They can be used left-right or up-down. We use the up-down method in school. Ideally the visual timetable should be at the child's height, the routines would be talked through with the child and each activity can be removed from the timetable after it has happened, perhaps placed in a 'finished' box. You can view, or download to print, an example below.

National Autistic Society and M & S
Many children with Autistic Spectrum Condition experience sensory difficulties and often find wearing certain clothes difficult, i.e. socks and various pieces of school uniform. Marks and Spencer have linked with the National Autistic Society to design clothing for children and young people and they have produced a range called 'Easy Dressing School Uniform'.
In addition to this the Sock Shop have created a range of socks called Kids' Smooth Toe Seams.

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