Blue Day 2019
Attention Autism stage 3 singing in the rain ☔️
Christmas jumper day & Snow day 🥶🥶🥶
Ball pit; a group fave
Valentines foot& hand prints
Winter trees: bubble wrap white paint prints & snowflake prints
Inspiring young readers
Visual supports to welcome our pupils and give them a sense of belonging to a structured safe learning community 💙
Sensory play cleaning pumpkins & with toothpaste and brushes/play on gym equipment/yoga sleeping pose
Out and about
Happy Birthday to You 🎵 big 4!
under the sea theme learning... diving for fish & paint printing with flippers 🐠🐠🐠
Schools out for summer but before we closed the books and stacked the chairs...we had a bit of fun...teddy bear races,picnic and pool parties.Ofcourse the water guns and balloons came out!!
Well done to our early intervention graduates: Darragh, Jacob, Matthew & Isabelle. It was a wonderful celebration shared with parents, family & friends. Infants sang and danced with great enthusiasm to mark the occasion! Balloons, candles, treats and poppers what more could you ask for. A big thank you to the staff of Tarmon for all the behind the scenes preparation. Once again well done to our wonderful graduates you are amazing from very proud teachers and sna’s
yoga... breathe in smell the flower 🌸 breathe out blow out the candle 🌞
Playing all day in the sun ☀️ HOT HOT HOT
parachute popcorn with friends from infants
SCHOOL TOUR A Castle Adventure!
friends from seniors infants enjoying our sensory breaks
trip out to the local library
Artists at work
Sunny Days 😎
“Pete the Cat I Love my White Shoes” Story Sensory Walk... just walking along singing our song! Neighbours cat showed which caused great excitement.
vehicle painting with friends from junior infants vroooom
Easter egg hunt egggggciting!
Hard at work!
room on a broom
outdoors fun ❄️
our sensory garden & walks
WHAT IS AUTISM?
Autism is a lifelong developmental disability that affects how a person communicates with, and relates to, other people. It also affects how they make sense of the world around them.
It is a spectrum condition, which means while all people with autism share certain difficulties their condition will affect them in different ways.
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