Access and Achievement Team Support

Support packs - produced by colleagues from CAMHS, One Education Educational Psychology, and Speech and Language Therapy

As part of their strategy to support young people and their families, this group of support networks have been proactive in producing a number of resources which can be used by parents, schools and young people to support the transition back to school. The project has been created with children with Autism in mind, although it is easily accessible for all children.
This project represents a multi-agency collaboration between the Clinical Service for Children with Disabilities, Speech and Language Therapy Service, and Educational Psychology at One Education.

Click here for the Parent Support Pack

Click here for the Student Support Pack

Click here to access Kooth 

Coping with Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Anxiety is a common mental health topic, and something which impacts a large number of people in their day-to-day lives. It can range from feelings of worry or unease about something, to severe reactions such as panic attacks. For those who have severe anxiety, daily life can be a real struggle. We all experience feelings of anxiousness at some level, so at this live forum we'll be discussing ways to manage anxiety and panic attacks, including how to support others and where to reach out for support. Feel free to come along and share your experiences or advice or simply get some tips on coping.


Support with your learning!


Click here to access the BBC Bitesize Parent Toolkit

Read this article about how an inspiring young person travelled the length of the Shetland Coast from his wheelchair at home!

Inspirational young person!

SEN Support for Parents


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