To view the example timetables at the end of the booklet the right way round, export the document as a pdf and use the tools at the top to rotate the document.
We held a workshop on Tuesday 12th October on designing timetables for children with severe and profound intellectual disabilities and PMLD (profound and multiple learning disabilities) to support wellbeing and learning.
A whopping 150 people signed up to the event. As a result we have put together a free Timetables Guide.
- Julie Calveley
- Flo Longhorn
- Lila Kossyvaki
- Karam Bhogal
- Leighanne Healey
- 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
- Example timetable
Thank you to Andrew Colley for this review:
‘I have just read a wonderful booklet produced by the Community interest Company NAC (Non-verbal affective care) called ‘Timetables for learners with profound and multiple learning difficulties’.
It is clear, accessible, wise and not afraid to challenge orthodoxy in this area. I don’t think I have ever read anything so useful on timetabling in my whole career. This document deserves to become a key resource in every special school (or indeed every school). If I had had something like this when I started out it would have saved a lot of time and heartache! I recommend it strongly.’