Well Being & SEND

SEND

 

Mrs Leppard (Teacher) – Early Help Champion / SENCO

Ms Duffin (Teaching Assistant) – Wellbeing Counsellor

In accordance with the Children and Families Act 2014, Knowsley has published a detailed directory of the local support that is available for children and young people with special educational needs/disabilities. This is called the Local Offer. To view Knowsley’s Local Offer, please visit the Knowlsey Information Website at https://www.knowsleyinfo.co.uk/categories/knowsley-local-offer-send/

You can find the SEND policy here

To view the SEND Information Report, please click here.

To view our Accessibility Plan, please click here

To view the Parent’s and Carer’s Guide for SEND Learning Support, please click here. (Currently being updated)

 

Number of Children on SEND Register

SEND register – 23

Children with an Education Health and Care Plan (E.H.C.P.) – 8

Number of Early Help – 2

 

Ms Duffin is our Wellbeing Counsellor

“As Wellbeing Counsellor my main duties involve breaking down any barriers to learning, before they have an impact on a child’s progress. Different strategies are used to help the children including, language, art and play therapy. The children are referred to me via Mrs Arnold and class teachers, and staff work in collaboration to ensure a successful outcome for each child. The role is very rewarding and compliments other support roles within the school” 

A guide to some of the SEND acronyms :

BSP – Behaviour Support Plan
BSS – Behaviour Support Service
CAMHS – Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services
CYPP – Child and Young People’s Plan
COP – Code of Practice
CP – Community Paediatrician
DDA – Disability Discrimination Act
DfES – Department for Education and Skills
EBD – Emotional Behavioural Difficulties
EDP – Education Development Plan
EP – Educational Psychology
NCY – National Curriculum Year
RA – Reading Age
SIP – School Improvement Plan
SLCD – Speech, Language and Communication Difficulties
SpLD – Specific Learning Difficulties

 

Well Being

 

At Evelyn CP School we are committed to the well being and mental health of children, staff, parents, governors and the community. We have a well being policy in place which is available from the school office. You can view our Well Being Policy here.

We are currently working towards the ‘Well Being Award For Schools’. Our ‘Well Being Change Team’ (The Smile Team) consists of teaching and non-teaching staff, governors and children. They meet to review our current work and promote initiatives across the school.

Find out more about what we’re doing to promote Well Being and Mental Health here

Read our Mindfulness Booklet and try some of the ideas at home.

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