Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)
St George’s Catholic Primary School is proud to be an inclusive school. We endeavour to ensure that all of our students have the same access to the National Curriculum, make outstanding academic progress and enjoy their time with us each and every day.
Our Special Educational Needs Coordinator is Mrs Burke who can be contacted via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone: 0208 363 3729.
Mr Mavrommati will be supporting Mrs Burke this academic year and can be contacted through our school office via email: email@example.com or by telephone: 0208 363 3729 (please mark emails for his attention - SEND).
Our aim is for children to develop both academically and spiritually; strongly embracing our school motto: “In everything we do today, we are following Jesus and His way”.
We understand the importance of making personalised adjustments of provision for students who require specialised support and happily embrace diversity.
A course for parents/carers/family members from WEA (Adult Learning within Reach)
Online version of the Child and Adolescent Mental Wellbeing course. 5 week course starts on Monday 20th September 2021, 12.15pm – 2.15pm.
This course will provide parents with an insight into mental health and wellbeing of children and young people.
- Have an understanding of mental health pertaining to children and young people.
- Be aware of different forms of mental health disorders.
- Have an understanding of risk factors associated to mental health in children and young people.
- Understand ways of promoting positive health.
- Know about different forms of support available.
The course is free to adults who receive certain benefits, or live on an annual income of less than £21,000 per year.
To enrol click on the link below.
Course bookings can also be made by calling 0300 303 3464 (option 1) — please quote the course reference number C2422985
Our Voice and SENDIASS - Transition to Secondary School
Online information sessions - Wednesday 29th September 2021 and Wednesday 6th October 2021
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