SEND - Social and Emotional Well Being
Is there any extra support available to help pupils with SEND with their learning?
Our school has a range of staff to support pupils such as teaching assistants, learning mentors and specialist staff.
Our curriculum and planning is differentiated and resources are used to support children’s learning.
What social, before and after school and other activities are available for pupils with SEND? How can my child and I find out about these activities?
Our school has a range of extra-curricular activities available details of which are sent home throughout the year. You can find out more on our website at http://www.courthousegreen.org/Parents/After-School-and-Lunchtime-Clubs/
How does your school support pupils’ emotional and social development?
We follow the Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship curriculum with all our pupils.
For children with specific social, mental or emotional health difficulties we have access to Learning Mentors and work with Educational Psychologists, (EPS), Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS), Integrated Primary Mental Health Service (IPMHs) and other agencies.