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Meet the Team

The Inclusion Team

 

  • Inclusion Leader & SENCo - Mrs Emma Donegan
  • Pastoral Lead - Mrs Amanda Theobald
  • Pupil Well-Being and Attendance Mentor - Ms Nicola Neal
  • Learning Behaviour Lead - Mr Aaron Higgon-Williams
  • Assistant Learning Behaviour Lead - Ms Emma Rotchell
  • ELSA (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant) - Ms Marcia Gois
  • Outdoor Learning Leader - Mrs Lisa Kadlec
  • Outdoor Learning Assistant - Mrs Carrie Lord
  • One to One SEND LSAs  

 

 

Inclusion Leader & SENCo

  • Team leader for the Inclusion Team 
  • SENCo for the school and nursery 
  • Senior Leader for Attendance
  • Designated Teacher for Looked After and Post Looked After Pupils
  • Senior Mental Health Leader for the school
  • Young Carers Leader
  • Outdoor Learning Leader
  • Safeguarding Level 3 Deputy 
  • Relationship and Behaviour Lead
  • TPP Trainer
  • Responsible for writing and overseeing the delivery of all medical care plans for staff and pupils

 

Pastoral Lead 

  • Designated Safeguarding Lead
  • CPOMs monitoring and follow up
  • Hand over of Safeguarding files to new education settings as required
  • Meeting new families when they join the school and contacting previous settings to ensure all information is transferred regarding any previous safeguarding issues
  • Team Around the Family meetings
  • Support for Looked after and Post Looked After Pupils
  • First point of contact for Social Care and other outside services linked to safeguarding issues that arise.
  • One to one work with pupils involved in safeguarding issues
  • One to one work with pupils suffering from social and emotional difficulties
  • Gate duty daily to meet and greet families
  • Support families where they need help accessing food supplies
  • Home visits where required
  • Support pupils in class when required 
  • Link discussions with the counsellor as required

 

Pupil Well-Being and Attendance Mentor

  • Supporting the social and emotional well-being of all pupils from nursery age to year 6
  • Supporting the medical needs of all pupils as and when they arise
  • Supporting families with medical needs, and social emotional and mental health concerns
  • Facilitating meetings for families and linking to outside agencies 
  • Arranging and preparing referrals to outside agencies for families and pupils as requested by the Inclusion Leader & SENCo
  • Daily gate duty to meet and greet pupils and their families
  • Supporting regular attendance
  • Supporting school refusers
  • Working one to one with specific pupils when required
  • Supporting the implementation of  medical records and care plans for pupils and staff
  • Running family sessions to support with toilet training, eating difficulties, head lice and general health for the nursery and foundation stage pupils

 

  Learning Behaviour Lead

  • Supporting pupils who become dysregulated in school
  • Running daily sessions in the Inclusion Hub for pupils who require support to develop their social and emotional skill sets which are based around the pupils Boxall Profile targets and learning plans
  • Ensuring each child on the SEND register has a Boxall Profile completed and updated regularly
  • Overseeing the completion of each SEND child’s One Page Profile
  • Running Gym Trail sessions weekly
  • Leading on the year 6 transition programme each year
  • Running sessions for small groups such as Lego therapy, friendship and resilience skills 
  • Writing and sharing plans to support pupils in the classroom so the class staff know the best approach for the child
  • Supporting pupils at break and lunchtimes as required

 

Assistant Learning Behaviour Lead

  • Supporting pupils who become dysregulated in school
  • Assisting the running of daily sessions in the Inclusion Hub for pupils who require support to develop their social and emotional skill sets.
  • Running Gym Trail sessions weekly
  • Writing and sharing plans to support pupils in the classroom so the class staff know the best approach for the child
  • Supporting pupils at break and lunchtimes as required
  • Supporting pupils who find it difficult to come into school in the mornings

 

ELSA (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant)

  • Planning and delivering all ELSA sessions for those children referred by school staff and approved by the Inclusion Leader & SENCo
  • Planning and delivering all Attention Autism Bucket Intervention sessions
  • Supporting pupils at play and lunchtimes as required
  • Supporting pupils within the Inclusion Hub as required
  • Supporting the completion of the Boxall Profiles and their evaluation and assessment of the learning targets

 

Outdoor Learning Leader

  • Planning and delivering the Outdoor Learning curriculum to all classes across the school
  • Delivering and supporting any part of the therapeutic planning that the Inclusion Team has put in place to support the reintroduction of a pupil, for example after exclusion, or when a school refuser due to social and emotional needs is beginning to come back into school
  • Supporting pupils at lunchtimes as required
  • Working alongside the Learning Behaviour Lead and Assistant Learning Behaviour Lead to support any dysregulated child using the outdoor learning environment as a way of helping the child to self regulate.

 

Outdoor Learning Assistant

  • Supporting the Outdoor Learning Leader to plan and deliver the outdoor learning curriculum to all classes across the school
  • Supporting the Outdoor Learning Leader to deliver and support any part of the therapeutic planning the Inclusion Team has put in place to support the reintroduction of a pupil for example after exclusion or when a school refuser due to social and emotional needs is beginning to come back into school
  • Supporting pupils at lunchtimes as required
  • Working alongside the Learning Behaviour Lead and Assistant Learning Behaviour Lead to support any dysregulated child using the outdoor learning environment as a way of helping the child to self regulate.

 

One to One Learning Support Assistants (LSAs) 

  • Delivering the personalised curriculum as planned for by the class teacher
  • Focusing on the targets as set in the One Plans and the outcomes as set in the child’s EHCP (Education Health and Care Plan)
  • Requesting resources as and when needed by sending through the request to the Inclusion Leader & SENCo
  • Ensuring that the Ordinarily Available Framework is in place for the pupil they are working for such as regular movement breaks, sensory activities and short structured tasks as appropriate
  • Supporting the children at play and lunchtimes as required
  • Ensuring all paperwork requests are completed fully and within the timescales as requested by the Inclusion Leader & SENCo or the Pupil Well Being and Attendance Mentor
  • Ensuring any advice gained from the other team members within the Inclusion Team is acted upon and respected.
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