The cabin’s multi-sensory rooms use lights, sounds and textures to help children with their learning and provide a calm space for times of difficulty.Ms Snowling added: “Sometimes the only way we can get a reaction from a child is when they are placed within a sensory environment and what a joy it is to see a child able to engage in this way and to maybe see a smile or a look of excitement or enjoyment on their face.”
The school has around 100 pupils aged 3-16 with complex physical or learning difficulties, often needing specialist support.
BT and the Lord’s Taverners, are supporting around 30 schools with sensory equipment.
Jonathan Legh-Smith, head of partnerships and strategic research at BT said: “As the father of a young man with special educational needs I know from personal experience how important sensory rooms are to students.
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