If a child speaks a different language this could make them feel uneasy

If a child speaks a different language this could make them feel uneasy, we can support this by getting someone who may speak the home language to sit with them and help translate what we are saying. With sensory impairment you would adapt the lesson plans slightly for the child for example when writing their name, you could provide the child with different textures for them to write their name in, so they can learn the different movements. With speech language you can provide Makaton or even make flash cards to help the children to understand what is being said. Different situations and events can affect children in different ways so if we see a child upset this should be addressed in a different manner such as using a softer tone in our voice and showing sincerity and support them in the correct and appropriate way.
This could come in to play when there a mixture of different cultures, beliefs or religions within a school this could include food preference but also letting them express their background.