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The Inclusion faculty consists of the following:
Mrs K Holden - Assistant Head with responsibility for managing Inclusion and Resourced Provision
Mrs F Garvey - SENCO
Mrs M Woodward - Teacher
Mrs S Cooper, Mrs R Whelan - Learning Support Managers
Mrs S Gray, Ms M Costello, Miss Z Austin - Lead Learning Support Assistants
Ms R Mottershead - Speech and Language therapist
Ms R Mulvey - Counsellor
Ms A Stern and Ms R Johnson - Educational Psychologists
Mr D Simock -Sports mentor
Mr M Stanley, Miss E Mazzer
Miss A McEeaney, Miss S Maddocks
Miss K Elkington, Mr P Warburton
Miss D Ajayi, Miss A Ali
Miss N Bell, Miss K Jones
Miss C Pheasey, Miss O Liburd
Mrs R Garvey
Our vision is a welcoming, inclusive and ambitious environment for all which inspires a love of learning and the opportunity to succeed. Our ambition is that all students can access the world around them through the essential skills of reading, writing, social communication skills and numeracy and that they leave us with healthy minds, a clear focus for the future and self- belief.
We aim to deliver a collaborative approach to working with pupils, parents, teachers, tutors, pastoral staff, support staff and outside agencies. We aim to empower teachers and TAs to deliver their curriculum effectively and with confidence, thereby enabling pupils with additional needs or those at below age-related expectations to make progress. The work of the Inclusion Faculty will support pupils through their learning journey by communicating to teaching staff the individual’s needs and best strategies for progress and success, through the identification of appropriate interventions and support in areas of need: literacy, numeracy, communication and interaction, cognition and learning, sensory and/or physical, SEMH or EAL. The Inclusion Faculty will enable our learners to be the best that they can be through quality first teaching and support.
The ASD/SLI resourced provision provides support within class and around the school.
Advanced Bilingual Learners
The Advanced Bilingual Learners intervention plays an important role in the success of pupils at St Peter's. The school is truly multi-cultural. More than 75% of the pupils have cultural roots in more than 60 different countries (African countries; Asia, including China; as well as Eastern Europe) and speak more than 60 different languages.
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