Busy Bees is the Physical Development specialism in school. In Busy Bees we aid the children's physical needs by providing physio sessions (advised by the physiotherapist), facilitating wheelchair clinics, supporting OT services and offering support to classes to help promote the children's individual physical development needs.
Children who attend Busy Bees are reviewed by a qualified physiotherapist and a physio programme is put together to suit their individual physical needs.
The physio programme is then carried out during the child's physio session by a member of the Busy Bees team.
Children practise a variety of physio activities which aim to help and maintain skills such as walking practise, standing balance, sitting balance, head control and much more.
Star of the Day
Making Friends in Busy Bees...
Weight-bearing and lifting legs with control.
Look at this fantastic young man using control when stepping on the buzzers. Well done!
Wow! Look at this super star pushing himself up from the bench without holding on!
Walking in the Playground
Look at those amazing reciprocal steps!
This young man has been working on his transition skills, independently getting himself up from the floor into a sitting position on the bench- well done!
I love Busy Bee sessions
Look at this happy young man enjoying his physio session- beautiful singing!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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