Improving outcomes for children with SEMH and cognition and learning
To improve outcomes for our children with SEMH we have a pastoral team and learning mentors who work closely with our SENCo to offer social groups, 1:1 support, lunchtime and unstructured time provision and in-class support for our children. Towards improvement of outcomes for children with cognition and learning needs we have recently renewed our quality mark basic skills school status. We value the work of outside agencies and invest heavily in Pupil and School Support, the Educational Psychology Service and Speech and Language Therapists. We also run termly SENCo/teacher progress meetings in addition to review meetings and the year group progress meetings. This ensures that provision in place for all children; that progress is reviewed and future strategies are put in place This element of monitoring gives an opportunity for teachers to express concerns. All staff are trained in the graduated approach and inclusive classroom good practice and have received AET training.
Name: Caroline Barlow
Number on Role: 300 - 600
Age Range: 5 - 11