Fast Track Teacher Handover
New teacher or new school year? Relief teacher? What if you could make it easier for your new teacher to know about your child from day one?
Teachers have anywhere from 24 to 32 students in their class that they need to work out the interests, strengths and areas of support required. This can take a little while, so what if you could fast track the process.
This nine page guide is filled with practical tips on you can help your child’s teacher learn about them. What they love to do. What they are great at. What they find tricky and how that might look in a classroom environment. And what you have found works well for your child. Because it looks different for every child, even those with the same condition.
Easy to implement suggestions from some of Perth’s incredible child development experts including:
Lynsey Baughen, Art Therapist at Warwick Psychological Services
Susan Hughes, ADHD Parent Coach
Leanne Watson, Counselling Pscyhologist
Brittany Maiolo, Speech Pathologist, A Play C Therapy Services
Hannah Fairburn, Paediatric Occupational Therapist, Western Kids Health
Narelle Rodgers, Occupational Therapist, Narelle Rodgers OT
Sally Jones, Social Worker & Yoga Teachers, Calm Kids, Calm Families
Kristy Casella, Ocupational Therapist, The Swiss Family Clinic
Lou Brown, ADHD Advocate and ADHD Australia Board Member Lou Brown
Free PDF download. Nine pages. 4MB.
Other resources that may help
Editable versions of the One Page Handover Templates are also available here:
An editable version of the One Page Handover Template pre-filled with accommodations for a primary-school aged child with Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) is available here:
You will need a free Canva account to access the editable templates.