SEND

SEND

Mel Fox, full-time SENCo – Inclusion manager

We work as a team to best support all children in our school and their individual needs.

Please feel free to make contact with any concerns: Senco@deal-parochial.kent.sch.uk

Each class has a teacher and teaching assistant. Some may also have learning support assistants with a child that needs a more focused level of provision and intervention to meet their needs.

Another source of support for families impacted by SEND is the Local Offer

https://local.kent.gov.uk/kb5/kent/directory/results.action?localofferchannel=0

SEND areas of need:

Cognition and Learning

Communication and Interaction

Social Emotional and Mental Health

Sensory and/or Physical Needs

SEND levels of support at school

School support: area of need being supported by Quality First Teaching, meeting the Mainstream Core Standards www.kelsi.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0004/117256/Special-educational-needs-mainstream-core-standards.pdf

SEN support: areas of need that require more than the above and possibly outside agency involvement

EHCP – Education Health Care Plan: statutory assessment by the local authority has taken place to ensure specific level of provision

Outside agencies we regularly work with:

Early help

Social services

STLS – Specialist Teaching and Learning Service

Speech and language therapist

Play therapist

Counsellor

School nurse

Occupational therapist

Educational psychologist

NELFT – Emotional wellbeing team

Kent PACT (Parents and Carers Together)  https://www.kent.gov.uk/education-and-children/special-educational-needs/listening-to-your-voice-and-taking-action/kent-pact

Virtual schools

Strategies and provision provided regularly

Quality First Teaching

Mainstream Core Standards

Curriculum interventions such as:

Little Wandle – phonics

Reading, writing, maths catch up groups

Reading Recovery

Building Reading Stamina

Speechlink

Junior Language Link (KS2)

NELI (EYFs, KS1)

Pre-teach learning

Revisit learning

Fizzy – gross motor skills

Cleverhands – fine motor skills

Handwriting

Touch typing

Clicker 7

Social skills

Lego therapy

Boxall profile – Nurture UK

Nurture time

Time to talk

Draw and talk

Colour monsters (EYFS, KS1)

Zones of regulation (KS2)

Horse riding

Mini Police cadets

Listening skills

TRG mentors – Transferring Lives for Good

Tar

SEND

Mel Fox, full-time SENCo – Inclusion manager

We work as a team to best support all children in our school and their individual needs.

Please feel free to make contact with any concerns: Senco@deal-parochial.kent.sch.uk

Each class has a teacher and teaching assistant. Some may also have learning support assistants with a child that needs a more focused level of provision and intervention to meet their needs.

Another source of support for families impacted by SEND is the Local Offer

https://local.kent.gov.uk/kb5/kent/directory/results.action?localofferchannel=0

SEND areas of need:

Cognition and Learning

Communication and Interaction

Social Emotional and Mental Health

Sensory and/or Physical Needs

SEND levels of support at school

School support: area of need being supported by Quality First Teaching, meeting the Mainstream Core Standards www.kelsi.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0004/117256/Special-educational-needs-mainstream-core-standards.pdf

SEN support: areas of need that require more than the above and possibly outside agency involvement

EHCP – Education Health Care Plan: statutory assessment by the local authority has taken place to ensure specific level of provision

Outside agencies we regularly work with:

Early help

Social services

STLS – Specialist Teaching and Learning Service

Speech and language therapist

Play therapist

Counsellor

School nurse

Occupational therapist

Educational psychologist

NELFT – Emotional wellbeing team

Kent PACT (Parents and Carers Together)  https://www.kent.gov.uk/education-and-children/special-educational-needs/listening-to-your-voice-and-taking-action/kent-pact

Virtual schools

Strategies and provision provided regularly

Quality First Teaching

Mainstream Core Standards

Curriculum interventions such as:

Little Wandle – phonics

Reading, writing, maths catch up groups

Reading Recovery

Building Reading Stamina

Speechlink

Junior Language Link (KS2)

NELI (EYFs, KS1)

Pre-teach learning

Revisit learning

Fizzy – gross motor skills

Cleverhands – fine motor skills

Handwriting

Touch typing

Clicker 7

Social skills

Lego therapy

Boxall profile – Nurture UK

Nurture time

Time to talk

Draw and talk

Colour monsters (EYFS, KS1)

Zones of regulation (KS2)

Horse riding

Mini Police cadets

Listening skills

TRG mentors – Transferring Lives for Good

Targets/programmes from outside agencies

gets/programmes from outside agencies