Cecil Road Primary & Nursery

Inclusion

Cecil Road School values the abilities and achievements of all its pupils.  We endeavour to provide the best learning conditions for each pupil, promoting development in understanding and social maturity alongside their peers wherever possible.  Special Education Needs are identified early and the school works closely to plan a curriculum to meet the children’s needs.

A team of highly qualified teaching assistants provide extra support in school. The children have planned interventions delivered in small groups or individually. If necessary, we involve outside agencies or seek further specialist advice and support.

We work in partnership with our children, parents, carers, specialists and governors. The school values the abilities and achievements of all its pupils and celebrates small steps progress.

 

Our SEND Manager is Mrs Tracey Adams is contactable via the school main office on 01474 534 544

 

The Wellbeing Team

The Wellbeing Team are reliable, approachable, non-judgemental and support pupils, parents, carers and staff.

At Cecil Road Primary & Nursery School we recognise that a child’s emotional health and wellbeing influences their cognitive development and learning, as well as their physical and social health and their mental wellbeing in adulthood.

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We work hard to ensure that our children and their families are well and happy members of our  community.

We aim to:

• Listen
• Encourage
• Help
• Support
• Care
• Talk
• Be interested
• Be role models
• Be professional friends
• Signpost

A member of the Wellbeing Team is on duty in the playground every morning and afternoon. If there is anything you are worried about feel free to approach any of the team.

The Family Support Officer Role at Cecil Road

The Family Support Officer can work with children who have been
referred, for a number of reasons if teachers or parents are concerned
about the child’s wellbeing.

Reasons for referral could be;

• Bereavement
• Low self-esteem
• Family breakdown
• Lack of confidence
• Poor attendance
• Friendship difficulties
• Transition to secondary school

The Family Support Officer and the Wellbeing Team aim to be avaliable every morning and afternoon.

If the FSO is unavailable due to other commitments, do not hesitate to make an appointment to see her, either through the reception staff or by phone.

The FSO is happy to meet parents during the day or if preferred can visit at home.

If there is a problem at home or school that could be affecting your child’s happiness please let the school know so that the FSO can help support your family.

The Wellbeing Team consists of:

Mrs Hampshire (Wellbeing Lead)
Mrs Vincent (Family Support Officer)
Mrs Steer (Teaching Assistant)
Mrs Climpson (Teaching Assistant)
Mrs Masters (Teaching Assistant)
Mrs Bell (Nursery Nurse)

http://www.kent.gov.uk/education-and-children/special-educational-needs

http://www.autism.org.uk/

http://www.kent.gov.uk/education-and-children/special-educational-needs/who-to-contact/Information-Advice-and-Support-Kent

http://www.ican.org.uk/

 

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