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St John The Baptist Catholic Primary School We pray together, work together and always do our best, following the example of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.

Who is responsible for helping my child at school?

Who is responsible for helping my child at school?

 

Our SENCO The class teachers Learning Support Assistants (LSA)

Our SENCo The Class Teachers The Learning Support Assistants (LSAs) Mr Darby is a fully qualified teacher, who is currently training for the national SENCO qualification from the University of Winchester.

He is non-classed based for 2 days a week and it is his responsibility to:

• Work closely with teachers, LSAs, parents and outside agencies

• Ensure that the SEN policy is adhered to

• Ensure good provision and support for pupils with SEN

• Monitor and track children’s progress

 

 

It is their responsibility to:

• Deliver high quality teaching to every child

• Provide interventions It is their responsibility to:

• Support the class teaching in the implementation of support programmes,for children who need additional support

• Identify or raise concerns about a special educational need

• Devise targets with the child and parent

• Discuss children’s progress, achievements and targets with parents

• Exercise the advice or support given for the child

It is their responsibility to:

• Deliver high quality teaching to every child

• Provide interventions It is their responsibility to:

• Support the class teaching in the implementation of support programmes, interventions set by the class teacher, SENCo or outside agency.

 

We currently have two trained ELSAs (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant) in our school; Mrs Pearce and Mrs Rooney. They are trained and experienced ELSAs and support children with emotional and behavioural needs with excellent results.

 

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