Some pupils require additional therapy input and this may be carried out by class staff or visiting professionals. In some classes the timetable reflects the need for pupils to have a longer period of time for sessions. Where appropriate MOVE, Rebound, Motor Learning, Physiotherapy, Speech and Language Therapy and Occupational Therapy targets are incorporated into a student’s daily/weekly timetable.We aim to give our students opportunities to MOVE with a purpose, to help maintain our students independence.
What is the Move Programme and how can it support our pupils to gain functional mobility?
The Move Programme is a philosophy, a way of life for disabled children and young people, with complex needs; it provides personalised care and support that they need to gain functional mobility, and increased independence.
Quite simply, the Move Programme is a practice put in place so disabled children and young people with complex needs are supported to gain the physical and communication skills they need in order to:
The MOVE programme ensures that the individual and their family are fully involved as team members in the development of their personal functional goals.
We also deliver Hydrotherapy, Physio and Motor Learning and Rebound therapies within school. All these therapies aid the following benefits: