Example Time Table

Creating a timetable for a student with Special Educational Needs (SEN) requires a personalised approach, as each student’s requirements and abilities may vary.

An example timetable

This timetable includes a variety of classes and activities, such as academic subjects, vocational training, social and communication skills, independent living skills, work placement, and physical activities. The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award preparation and expedition planning sessions provide opportunities for outdoor activities, team-building, and personal development. Personal Development and Wellbeing and Music Therapy sessions support the student’s emotional and mental health. The timetable also includes breaks between classes and lunchtime, allowing the student to rest and recharge.

It’s important to note that this is just an example timetable and may not be suitable for all SEN students. Depending on the student’s individual needs and abilities, adjustments and modifications may need to be made to their timetable to ensure their success and well-being.

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