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Welcome to the Communication and Interaction Resourced Provision

The Resourced Provision at Meadstead Primary Academy was opened in January 2000. The Resourced Provision offers education for primary aged pupils who have Communication and Interaction Needs. We have allocated spaces for ten pupils.

At Meadstead Primary Academy CIRP (Communication and Interaction Resourced Provision) we aim to:

• create a safe and secure environment

• provide high quality education based on the needs of the child

• advance the education of children with autism and encourage them to reach their full potential

• provide a broad and balanced curriculum

• offer a high level of experienced support in order that each pupil can be included into the school community and activities as far as they are able to

• enable our children to begin to work towards an independent life


  • developing and encouraging children's learning by using their strengths and favourite things both as an incentive and as a reward
  • using play as an essential part of children's learning through both adult and child led activities, building trust and developing social and emotional learning 
  • encouraging independent communication at every opportunity, providing opportunities to make choices and requests throughout each day.  We use P.E.C.S (Picture Exchange Communication System) and aspects of T.E.A.C.C.H as aids to communication.
  • providing many and varied opportunities for the children to learn life skills and independence both in their personal life and in their learning

More information on accessing help for your child with SEND
You can find out more information about getting support for your child with SEND and the local offer on our SEND web page.

To find out more about autism, watch the video below from the National Autistic Society

What is Autism?


posted 20 Nov 2017, 00:38 by Sarah Morgan

We have been working hard to learn the names of many different shapes, 2-D and 3-D.  We have been working with shapes to build and to make pictures.  We hope you like our work.


posted 28 Mar 2017, 07:42 by Sarah Morgan

What fun we had on the bouncy castle last week!

Science Week

posted 14 Mar 2017, 08:50 by Sarah Morgan

This week is science week.  So far we have made our own lava lamp and we have experimented with ice!  I wonder what the rest of the week will bring! 


posted 14 Feb 2017, 08:14 by Sarah Morgan

 We have been practising our art skills this week. 

Messy Play!

posted 31 Jan 2017, 07:14 by Sarah Morgan

  We love messy play.  We are great at sharing toys during messy play.

Read Write Inc

posted 10 Jan 2017, 08:54 by Sarah Morgan

As a school we have started a new approach to help with our reading and writing.

Read Write Inc.
If you would like some more information, copy and paste the link below into your browser

Sensory Experience

posted 1 Dec 2016, 00:23 by Sarah Morgan

Check out the link below in order to experience the Sensory overload which may be experienced by a child with autism.  Copy and paste into your browser. 

Look at our fabulous writing!

posted 22 Nov 2016, 08:00 by Sarah Morgan

We are so proud of all our fabulous writing.  We have been trying so hard to get it right and we practise every day.

Leaf Men November 2016

posted 4 Nov 2016, 01:23 by Sarah Morgan   [ updated 7 Nov 2016, 12:58 by Hayley Addy ]

We have made some Leaf Men using leaves we found around school.  Most of our men are happy chaps but one is feeling a little bit sad.  


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