As we are all created in the image and likeness of God, as a school, we endeavour to provide all children with the highest standard of education. For some children, this means providing them with additional support.
Our SENDco lead is Miss Sam Rowland (Year 3 teacher). You can contact Miss Rowland by ringing the school on 0161 483 0977 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
In our school we have a wonderful range of abilities and needs, class teachers work alongside other professionals in order to provide all of our children with the best education, regardless of need. As a school we provide training throughout the year for our staff to access the most up to date recommendations for children with SEND. Some of the professionals we work alongside are Ms N Pilmoor from the Learning Support Service, Ms L Lamont from the Behaviour Support Service and Mrs H Barr our Education Psychologist. If teachers are concerned with the level of progress children are making, the details of their concerns are recorded and additional support may be given.
The school invests heavily in staff, with a particular focus with Teaching Assistants, in order to give our children the best possible support through their primary school years. Teaching Assistants are deployed in each year group to provide support for the children within the classrooms and to provide intervention programmes for the specific needs of individuals or groups of children.
Examples of the intervention programmes we use in school include, but are not limited to Motivational Maths, Motor Skills United, Stockport Early Reading Intervention (SERI) Toe by Toe, Better Reading Partnership (BRP) and Art Therapy. Teaching assistants work with individual children or groups of children on all areas of the curriculum with a particular focus on individual needs.
Parents are consulted in every step of this journey and SEND reviews are held termly to measure children’s progress and to report this to parents. Progress meetings for all children, those with SEND and those without are held every half term between the class teachers and the Headteacher, Ms Emily Cahill.
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