Polar Bears

Polar Bears is a nurture room used for small groups and during lunch times for children who prefer a more intimate setting to the large playground. This room has a vast array of sensory activities on offer to stimulate and enhance the child’s sensory and physical needs.

 

Meet the ‘Inclusion Team’ coffee morning.

On Wednesday 27th September Polar Bears’ room was open to parents to join the Inclusion Team for a drink and cake. It was a fantastic opportunity for parents to meet the team, meet and talk with other parents and see the Nurture room. 

In Polar Bears’ room there is a Parents’ notice board with lots of information and leaflets for you to take. Please check this board and the classroom door regularly for any new information.

Thank you to everyone that came along and we hope to see you again at the next one.

Miss Collins & Inclusion Team

 Thank you to Mrs Gourlay and Lacey for donating ‘The Worry Plaque’ to the Polar Bears Nurture Room

The worry plaque encourages children to express themselves freely, allowing the fairies to take their worries away forever. We know the children will really enjoy using this.

 

Through the use of the nurture room the children are encouraged to think about their emotions and use a peg system to help them self-regulate and think about how they are feeling. 

 

 

Please check the Parent’s’ Information board in Polar Bears.

Parent Feedback 

“Having Polar Bear room available has made school life for lunch so much better, he has a place to come to make him feel calm, quiet and safe for him. Polar Bears has been the best part of school since coming back.”

 Mrs Spicer 

  “A fantastic environment with so many areas to either calm or stimulate. Ideal for a sensory seeker.”

Mrs Van Tromp