|LEARNING SUPPORT SERVICES|
|Miss O. McCourt||Director of Learning Support (SENCO)|
|Mrs E.Edmonds||Leader of Learning Support|
|Ms N.Murley||Attendance Manager|
|Mrs E.Callaghan||Pupil Communication Co-ordinator|
|Mr J.Young||Attendance Assistant|
|Mr E. Smith||Griffin House Leader|
|Mr B. Roddam||Phoenix House Leader|
|Mr W. Carter||Pegasus House Leader|
|Miss H. Morrison||Triton House Leader|
|Mr S. Ali||Learning Support|
|Miss G. Ferguson||Learning Support|
|Mrs C. Galloway||Learning Support|
|Ms V. Kapeni||Learning Support|
|Miss S. Moody||Learning Support|
|Mrs N. Snaith||Learning Support|
|Mr R. Burkhard||Learning Support|
|Mrs J. Lee||Learning Support|
|Mrs A. Palfreyman||Learning Support|
|Mr A. Thomson||Learning Support|
We pride ourselves on being an educationally and socially inclusive school, ‘one in which the teaching and learning, achievements, attitudes and well being of every young person matter’ and ‘inclusive in policies, outlook and practices’ (Ofsted).
Principles of our inclusive practice:
- We develop our culture, policies and practices to include all pupils.
- We believe that with the right training, strategies and support that most children with additional needs can be successfully included in our school.
- Our planning incorporates the view of parents and pupils.
- The interests of pupils must be safe guarded.
- We actively seek to remove barriers to learning and participation.
- All pupils have access to an appropriate education that affords them the opportunity to achieve their personal potential.
- We have high expectations and suitable targets for all the children.
- We respond to pupils’ diverse learning needs.
- We seek to ascertain the views of pupils about their needs and how they might like their needs to be met.
- We take into consideration the wishes of parents and work in partnership with them.
- We work in collaboration with outside agencies.
The Children’s Services Curriculum Area believe:
- That all teachers are teachers of pupils with additional needs.
- That as a school we must work collaboratively to meet those needs.
- That all pupils have an equal status and must not be discriminated against on any grounds.
- That the Children’s Services Department seeks to work with other departments to ensure that all pupils receive a broad, balanced, relevant curriculum, including a differentiated one when appropriate.
- That a partnership between the school, parents, and the wider community is essential to ensure the success of all pupils.
- That we work hard to provide an inclusive environment for pupils, parents and staff
Learning Mentors provide pupils with extra support. Mentors can be good listeners, offer guidance and support to help pupils address their problems, concerns or issues.