SP Specialist Inclusion Services is pleased to be able to offer a range of new and exciting skill-building programs. Our programs have been designed and developed as a result of the suggestions and recommendations identified through our biannual parent and community surveys.
We periodically facilitate a range of programs and activities selected through collaboration and input from families. All programs are designed using the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and their elements are intentionally planned. Our main objective for the programs is to complement our existing range of support services already being delivered, including building the skills and capacity of our children, families and wider community towards inclusion and integrating best practice into their programs.
Play On Words provides:
Both our Creative Games and Gross Motor programs aim to provide children the opportunity to develop age-appropriate social skills through role modeling, that they can bring to their natural environments.
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What does it look like?
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‘A Wheelie Good Time’ is our new hands-on learn to ride cycling program. The program will include 3 Modules – bike safety and learn to ride, road safety and cycling proficiency. We have designed the program to build your child’s confidence, skill and knowledge base relating to bike riding and remaining safe whilst riding around home and in the community. Our program provides the opportunity and environment to learn functional and age appropriate skills.Please note, participation does require your child to bring their own Bike.
Our group will have 6-8 spaces for children to participate. The sessions will take place at Lake Ginninderra Learn to Ride Centre, Belconnen.
Each session will have an explicit focus, including Learn to ride, Cycling proficiency and Road safety introduction. The sessions will be lead by Ken, who has a strong cycling background, with support from Mel and Sam. We will design our program using the principles of UDL (Universal Design for Learning) and systematic instruction to maximize our participants’ engagement and feelings of success and achievement.
Learning to Ride
Ken developed a love and enjoyment of cycling from an early age, developing into a semi-professional cycling career in North America and Europe. Ken continued his racing as a veteran cyclist in Australia, competing in road, track, mountain biking and cyclocross events. In the past, Ken has completed a Level 1 coaching certification and the Ozcycle Cycling Instructor Program, for children.
Let us know if you are interested by completing the Expression Of Interest Form and we will be in contact to advise of availability and details of our next session.