SENCo: Tom Nolan
The Clarendon Academy,
At Clarendon we aspire to create a truly inclusive learning environment which enables all our students to make progress and become happy, confident young adults.
When a student has a special educational need, we ensure that all teachers are aware of these needs and strategies in our secure, internal online database.
If a student has a specific educational need, we also offer a range of different interventions which help us target their individual needs. Students are selected for these interventions based on their needs, data collected from literacy screeners and from teacher feedback.
· ELSA (Emotional Literacy) intervention
· Toe by Toe reading intervention
· Targeted Maths Intervention
· 1:1 mentoring
· A Peer mentoring scheme
· A Basic Literacy Intervention
· THRIVE mental health sessions
· Targeted Spelling Intervention
· Speech and Language Intervention
· Physio for students with physical impairment needs
If you have any concerns about your child and wish to have a meeting or some advice, please contact Ms Bryant the SENCo, or from October 2019, Mr Nolan who will be SENCo whilst I am on maternity leave.
The Clarendon Academy SEND Team:
Tom Nolan – SENCo
Sophie Bryant – SENCo
Claire Harrall – TA
Jean Smith – TA and Parent Contact for students with Autism
Sue Mears – Springboard Coordinator
Alison Yeoman – TA
Jack Dixon – TA
Nick Banks – Physical Impairment TA
Leilah Rose – Physical Impairment TA
Lisa Maidment – Maths Intervention
Sheriann Eedle – Learning Centre teacher
For all of our SEND news:
Detailed below is a list of helpful links and information that we think might be of use to you if your child has any special educational needs. If you are aware of any other useful websites, please let us know and we will try to include a link to them.
- Specialist Education Services
- The National ADD Information and Support Service
- Royal Institute for the Blind
- The British Epilepsy Association
- British Dyslexia Association
- Aspergers Support
- Autism Independent UK
- National Autistic Society
- The Dyspraxia Foundation