Intervention & Therapy

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At Hoo, we recognise the additional needs of our learners and we offer a range of therapies to meet these needs. We have a fully qualified  Specialist Speech and Language Therapist (SALT), and a fully qualified Occupational Therapist working on site across the week. We also have a fully qualified Play Therapist once a week and access to Place2Be therapists three days a week.  If parents have any concerns about their pupils progress and wish to discuss this further please contact Mrs J Gallacher, SENDCo or Mrs K Speller, SENDCo, Marlborough Centre. 


Click on the links below to access a range of useful resources

Occupational Therapy Home Learning

Sensory Circuits that you can do at home- see below

See below for videos from our Occupational Therapy to support OT at home. 

Relaxation Yoga Techniques

Sensory Circuit Support 

Fine Motor Skills Support


Speech and Language Home Learning


Touch Typing Websites: Like riding a bike, touch-typing is a skill that, once mastered, will last a lifetime. It’s easy to learn at a young age, and once children have that muscle memory, they have the skill for life.


See below for videos from our Speech and language Therapist to support at home. 

Colourful Semantics

Pronouns, Vocab and ICWs