SEN at St. Michael's
At St. Michael's Primary School we believe that including children in all areas of school life is vital. We support children with a range of different needs and have a number of interventions across school to support every child to reach their potential. We have an extremely experienced and caring team of teaching assistants who work alongside our children and their families, we are fully aware that to enable your child to feel safe, happy and make progress the partnership with parents is key. We welcome dialogue with parents and are here to support you as a family whilst your child is with us at St Michael's. If you have any queries or concerns please come along to the drop in sessions for an informal conversation; chat with your child's class teacher or send an email to the SENCo via the office email; email@example.com
SEN and well-being drop in sessions
Once a half term there is an opportunity to pop into school and have an informal conversation with our SENCo. This is open to any parent in school whether your child has identified SEN or simply because you have some worries or questions to ask; these don't just need to be educational concerns. The next date for the drop in is Monday 29th January from 1pm until hometime, if you plan to come along pop in to the office before the day so we can give you a rough time slot.
In school this term we have a number of additional activities happening to support the children these include:
Third space (Maths)
Speech and Language support
Time to talk
A minute a day (Maths)
First class at number
Inference training (Reading)
These are mostly run by our team of teaching assistants, who have had training to deliver the intervention. If your child is taking part in one of these interventions the class teacher will inform you.