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Assembly and movement around the school

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‚ÄčThe development of consistent and predictable routines and procedures for transitions and movements throughout the school has benefits for students including:

  • providing safe routines and procedures
  • managing the social demands of assemblies and movements around the school by providing rules and explicit teaching (e.g. on how to line up), limiting the sensory impact by managing the size, noise and physical closeness of transitions and where the student sits on assembly
  • allowing students to focus more on the actual activity of attending to the assembly or moving around the school and less on what is actually required of them
  • providing consistency and predictability, thereby minimising anxiety and any controlling or repetitive behaviours which tend to escalate in times of stress
  • increasing independence.

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Last updated 18 September 2020