Welcome to the LCC
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This page will give you an overview of the activities, provision and daily routines of the LCC.
Riding for the Disabled association is a physical, social and emotional Intervention offered to children in Year Five and Year Six. When children visit RDA, they take part in stable management and riding their own horse. Riding the horses at RDA gives children adequate sensory input, allowing them to regulate through animal therapy. RDA also enhances children's social skills and works on their speech and language in an alternative environment to school.
We are very lucky to have our very own Forest School on site. All of the children in the LCC enjoy using the Forest School area for a number of different interactive activities. Using the Forest School allows the children to move during their learning which enhances their engagement and co-operation in group activities. Forest School sessions also encourage social skills, new vocabulary, turn taking and team building.
The sensory room is based in one of our LCC classrooms but is accessible for all children. The sensory room is a calm space which allows children to relax and regulate in a place that they feel safe.