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Pupil Links

Anti Bullying Alliance

BBC Bitesize

CBeebies – Games for children and early years activities

Dorset Scouts – Fun, Challenge and Adventure

There are loads of fun things that you can do as a Cub Scout

HelpKidzLearn – a collection of software for young children


KidSMART – learn about the internet and being a SMART surfer

Oxford Owl – Lots of ebooks, games and fun ideas

Poisson Rouge – The Red Fish site contains over 300 games and activities to suit all

Priory Woods School

An all age community special school. Their website is full of useful resources for pupils with learning difficulties.

Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA)

Sign Along

Symbol World

A website created by Widgit Software dedicated to people who use symbols.  It has materials for all ages and includes personal contributions, stories and learning materials.

Please note that Mountjoy School is NOT responsible for the content of external websites.

Find useful information for families on planning transitions here

Resources and Information | Together Matters

Important Information for the Holiday

NHS Forms to use for hospital admission due to Covid 19

Covid 19 – Grab & Go Form

Covid 19 – Guidance Form

Contact a Family

Contact a family supports families with disabled children across the Uk. guide

Dorset For You

Dorset Parent-Carer Council

Mencap – The voice of learning disability


Mencap is the leading voice of learning disability. Everything they do is about valuing and supporting people with a learning disability, and their families and carers.

Special educational needs and disability code of practice: 0 to 25 years

SEND Code of Practice – 2014

Special educational needs and disabilities: a guide for parents and carers

And a few good websites to look at:

е-Safety Newsletter

Citizens Advice Bureau

School Performance Tables

Ofsted Report

Useful Links for Staff

Dorset County Council Staff Counselling Service

01305 224266

Dorset County Council Employee Wellbeing Service

01305 224095

Department for Education – GOV.UK

SEND Code of Practice 2014

Online Safety information for professionals

From (Monday 18 October), a new Advice Line will be operated, Mondays to Fridays 10am – 4pm during term time. This service is for parents, carers and professionals who are looking for advice regarding emerging issues for a child with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). Parents and carers have told us it can be difficult to understand SEND services and how best to support their child. We know that providing information and advice early is vital to helping secure the right support for any child with emerging needs.
Parents, carers and professionals can book a 15-minute telephone call with a SEND Family Worker to talk through their concerns and issues. Appointments are booked by calling the FREEPHONE number, 0800 1404041 or online via the webpage, and they will be called back at their allotted time. We are launching the service as a pilot so we can understand how we can improve our SEND Local Offer and improve this telephone support service.
The Advice Line is part of our ‘Local Offer’ to children, young people and families and will work alongside existing services such as SENDIASS and the Educational Psychology Line.

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