Activity Delivered by Brief Information Various levels of music and singing sessions being taught Music Joe Atkinson over twenty minute sessions. Differentiation will be from Sessions basic rhythms and singing nursery rhymes through to learning basic cords. The Speech and Language therapists offer individual and SALT Jane Poulter group Speech and Language programmes for pupils. Katie Anderson Talking Time takes place on both sites. A new pilot Talking Time will run on the Sandon Site for post 16's. S< therapists liaise with parents and staff to develop speech and language skills both in school and at home. A series of programmes of exercises, which are prescribed Physio Gill Gibson for certain pupils by our school physiotherapist. This can take the form of regular sessions, sometimes with specialist equipment ( walkers, standing frames) to keep movement & prevent deterioration, or short term eg: after an operation. The pupils concerned are referred for physiotherapy by their GP or consultant. Activities in the sensory room include, lighting(lava/bubble Sensory/Ball Various tutors/TA’s lamps) sound (music and sounds) and smell (aromatherapy) A Holistic Therapist, Zanny will work with children who will Massage Zanny Vincent benefit from massage and relaxation. She will also supply sessions in Thai hand and foot massage using aromatherapy oils which send out an air of calmness. Using visual and sensual aids such as puppets, masks and Interactive story Rhubarb Theatre props well known stories are acted out allowing children to sessions use their imagination and have fun. This helps them to find new ways of storytelling and assists with communication skills. This involves the use of a trampoline to provide therapeutic Trampoline Rebound exercise and recreation for people with a wide range of therapy special needs. This involves the physical act of applying pressure to the Reflexology Jo Corrall feet/hands or ears with specific thumb, finger, and hand techniques without the use of oil or lotion. It is based on reflex areas that reflect an image of the body on the feet and hands, with the premise that such work effects a physical change to the body.