At All Saints we are committed to providing an inclusive educational environment.
We believe that the student should be at the centre of everything we do and that they should be encouraged to strive for success whilst relishing their education with us. We are committed to redress the balance of any inequality that may exist to support our students to make this a reality for them. And, whilst every student with special education needs should be given an appropriate level of additional support if required, they should also be encouraged to become independent learners.
We believe that all teachers are teachers of special educational needs. Every teacher is responsible and accountable for the progress and development of all students in their class even where students access support from teaching assistants or specialist staff. With this in mind all students are given challenging but attainable targets in order that they can achieve their full potential regardless of any additional need they may require. In order to facilitate this teaching and support staff are provided with regular whole school and individual training to be able to meet the individual needs of those students who may require a more individualised teaching and learning experience.
We listen carefully to the suggestions and advice from parents and encourage a collaborative working relationship with regular informal and formal communication taking place between the SENDCo and the learning support team. We strongly believe that by working together with our students, their parents, teaching staff and our support staff we are able to overcome potential barriers to our students’ success at All Saints.
SENCO: Mrs Sue Mullinder. Email: email@example.com
Upcoming PPCV family events
Please find below details of upcoming PPCV events.
Dates: Friday 4 January and Wednesday 20 February
These are 2 two hour sessions on each day. They run from 10-12 and 1-3pm. These are available to families with children and young people with SEND. This includes siblings.
We will have 2 bouncy castles, a smaller enclosed bouncy castle, sumo suits, a princess and a hero. There will be music and games as well as face painting and arts and crafts. Refreshments will be available. The tickets cost £5 per family but the price is refundable when you attend or cancel. Please only book 1 ticket per Family. Please be aware that parents and carers are responsible for the children and young people while at this event.
These events are being held in the Guildhall in the city centre.
Behavioural Toolkit workshop.
Dates: Monday 28 January and Monday 4 February
These are all-day sessions that run from 9.30 – 2.30 (please bring your own lunch). The sessions have been devised by James Cook from the CDC with input from ourselves. These are very popular sessions. Parents will leave the session with a personalised behaviour plan for the young person. The cost of this event is £5 which is refundable when you attend the session or cancel. This event is being held in the guildhall in the city centre.
Sibling Support Project
Parents Event for Transition to FE