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Lego Therapy

What is Lego Therapy intervention? 

  • Collaborative play in which young people work together to build Lego models in a structured environment.
  • Group members have different but interdependent roles which necessitate interaction and work on a multitude of skills.
  • Rules are formulated to decide on appropriate conduct.
  • Increases interest in engaging with peers and building friendships.

What is the focus of Lego Therapy? 

  • Joint attention
  • Listening to others
  • Initiating communication
  • Problem-solving
  • Turn-taking
  • Sharing and teamwork
  • Overcoming aloofness and rigidity
  • Learning language concepts

What are the objectives of Lego Therapy?

  • To increase a child’s ability to engage and work cooperatively with their peers
  • To support a child’s ability to initiate conversation and respond appropriately
  • To increase a child’s strategies for compromise and negotiation
  • To support a child’s ability to take direction from their peers

Get in Touch

Head Teacher Mandeep Little (Head of School)

Executive Head Teacher Rebecca Smith

Ethos College

Knowles Hill Road
Dewsbury Moor
West Yorkshire
WF13 4QS

Telephone01924 469170


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