Following a timetable

Structure and routine are hugely important during times of stress or uncertainty. Using a visual timetable can help. For those who have children at home just now, how many of you are being asked

” When’s lunch? ” “When’s dinner?” ” What are we doing?” ” What’s happening today?” ” When will we get there?”

These questions are all based around a lack of knowledge and control over their lives. In order to continue to feel secure, having a timetable can help. As adults, we use calendars to remind us of upcoming events.

Learning Activities at Home

Working from Home

Below is an example that could be used to explain short bursts of activity. Sometimes children and young people require a time. Sometimes they just need to know that something is going to happen.

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Working from Home Timetable


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