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Millwood Primary Special School, Bury



Useful websites and apps

Every Sunday in July from 2-4pm there will be an Accessible Festival streamed through Facebook Live and Zoom.  It will include music from DJ Massive; Joe Lofthouse; DJ Penny Power; Andre Adams; Roxie Lowe and Kraken and activities such as virtual zoo; sensory yoga; sensory at home; wheelchair dancing; interactive makaton; sensory dance; virtual football.  Keep posted on social media for the confirmed time schedule and get a virtual ticket by e-mailing<>   Information provided by Carly Heselwood<>

Twinkle House is a Registered Charity providing free support sessions for children and young people with Disabilities and Additional Needs 0-19 years.

A great resources that has just launched from Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service.

The website contains details about this year's campaign which covers Water Safety, preventing Anti-Social Behaviour and Road Safety. There is also a competition for 5-16 year olds in Greater Manchester to enter (iPad as a prize), and activities for young people, including a mini creative project

NSPCC guide to social media apps

( a lovely resource from the Royal Mail giving some template and tips on how we can all keep in touch with one another)

A Social Story About PPE

Spread the happiness TV- dough disco, songs and stories

Joe Wicks Body Coach- Daily PE lesson at 9am

Free RE resources

The maths factor

Bury directory -advice and information of online and offline activities

Draw with Rob

Online Music and Computing lessons with Technola

AMAZON is offering free children's audiobooks to help parents keep the kids happy and occupied during the crisis.

The online giant owns Audible – a service where you can stream and download audiobooks – and has pledged that selected stories will be free 'for as long as schools are closed'.

It includes a Winnie the Pooh anthology and Beatrix Potter collection among many others and titles for older kids and teens too.

Information about free school meals

Instrument junk modelling has lots of art and craft ideas you can do at home
Cityzens At Home Manchester City home learning resources and videos
Beyond Psychology<> : phone consultations for children and adults in need of mental health support being made available Monday - Friday. To speak to a member of the team click link to contact page<>, enter "CALL ME", provide your phone number and a few details of how you want to use the phone consultation.
 BIG (Bury Involvement Group in Mental Health)<> for anyone over age 18:  has set up virtual support via its facebook page<>.  For more information, contact<> or call 07921 392 801
 Information on Bury Directory to support mental health and wellbeing<> during the coronavirus epidemic can be found at the link.
Click on the link to the NW SEND Network<> for lots of useful information, including a newsletter, to support young people with additional needs (0-25) and their families across the North West

SENDiass (Special Educational Needs & Disability Information & Advice Support Service<>) continues to offer support to families via email or over the phone.  They are looking to put together resource packs full of activities and useful links.   If families would like a pack sending or need advice and guidance regarding special educational needs and/or disability, e-mail<>  Tel: 01706 769634 


Bury Blind Society<>: staff are operational to provide services, support and advice to anyone over the age of 16 with sight loss.  E-mail


Pathways Associates is producing a daily vlog about the coronovirus for  person with learning disabilities or autism at home or work and they are struggling to understand what is happening or upset


The Domestic Violence & Abuse pages on Bury Directory provides updated information in the light of the coronavirus epidemic and the increased concerns around domestic abuse. Please click on the link<> for information, advice and support services.


Home learning packs from Stonewall

Free TACPAC resources

 Free sensory kits

Royal Opera House's Learning Platform- Songs from Hansel and Gretel

Support from the Sensory Needs Vision Team

Rhyme time sing live with Bury Library

Support from Healthy Young Minds- discussing the Coronavirus with young children

Oxford Owl Books     - urban strides can also be found on facebook as they have their own information page

Greater Manchester Fire Service home learning

BBC Music Resources

Free Resources from Coast Music Therapy 


Help our Bury Community in COVID Crisis by Volunteering:  VCFA is working with Bury Council and Bury CCG to support local communities. By becoming a local volunteer, you can help to support those who need it most.   If you're healthy and at low-risk, and want to help you can Volunteer for Bury, by assisting in carrying out non-personal care tasks to assist people with care and support needs. Such tasks might include
•       Shopping
•       Collecting prescriptions
•       Preparing a meal
•       Assistance with laundry
•       Befriending/Checking/ reassurance by phone call
•       Sitting with someone for a while (if they are not self-isolating)

Having a current DBS allows a wider range of volunteering opportunities.

To sign up click here - or call BVCFA on 0161 518 5550.  If you need help please call 0161 253 5353.  




Kids Rock—music sessions, facebook—10am daily.

Soundabout—music sessions, facebook—2pm Tues / Sat

Go Noodle—dances / action songs—youtube

Just Dance—dances -youtube

Cosmic Kids Yoga—yoga / meditation—youtube

¨ David Walliams—audio books daily stories—

¨ Oti Mabuse—daily dance lesson, facebook 11.30 daily


Chester zoo virtual tour 27.03.2020


Sensory activity- Easter slime-  has some sensory play ideas to do at home
Lyndsey Gibson- or Mobile- 07562913793
Jodie Walker- or Mobile 07562913818