Emotional and Expressive Arts

Art

  • ‘Traditional’ themed Art sessions
  • Free expression
  • Model making (e.g. junk
  • modelling / clay work)
  • Tactile art activities
  • Natural materials
  • Music and musical interaction
  • Dance
  • Visiting artists
  • Drama

Emotional Regulation

  • Deep pressure (including independent self- regulation)
  • Relaxation techniques (e.g. deep breathing)
  • Calming spaces and places
  • ‘Go’ Systems
  • Communication
  • Physical exercise
  • Confidence building activities (horseriding/Walks)

Sensory Awareness

  • Sensory room
  • Sensory activities
  • Sensory diet
  • Desensitisation activities
  • Deep pressure

Systems

  • CAMHS support / Advice
  • OT
  • Home/school liaison
  • Integration opportunities Low demand approaches

Therapy (linking play)

  • Play time
  • ‘Formal’ play skills sessions
  • Music (listening / playing)
  • Physical activity
  • Sensory diets
  • Creative approaches
  • Music / Art / Play therapy
  • Hydropool

Behaviour

  • Functional Assessment (e.g.MAS)
  • Behaviour support planningArousal scale (and
    monitoring)
  • Incident recording and debriefing
  • Reward / motivational systems
  • Personal care
  • Sex and sexuality
  • Friendships

Every pupil can fulfil their potential within the unique PEAK curriculum, making learning motivating and relevant. This will be achieved through team work, dedication, patience and respect. We encourage our pupils, families and others to be involved every step of the way.

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