Timetables for Learners with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (PMLD)

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Written by: 

  • Julie Calveley
  • Flo Longhorn
  • Lila Kossyvaki
  • Karam Bhogal
  • Leighanne Healey

What’s inside: 

  • Introduction
  • What is a timetable?
  • What does a timetable look like?
  • Who is a timetable for?
  • Who creates and uses the timetable?
  • What goes in a timetable?
  • Timetable activities and experiences
  • One-to-one and group time
  • Using the timetable flexibly
  • When the day does not go to plan
  • It’s ok to play!
  • Anchoring the day
  • Timetabling and use of space
  • The Rumpus timetable
  • What does a good day look like?
  • A timetable quality self-audit
  • Links
  • Authors
  • References
  • Example timetables