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Social, Emotional and Mental Health
This year, our children have accessed support from our learning mentors, either 1:1 or group, to help break down any barriers they may have to learning. They are trained to deliver the ‘Talk and Draw’ programme and ELSA methods (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant). They have worked with children on a range of issues including (but not limited to):
- Social skills e.g. turn-taking, how to access playground games
- Personal skills e.g. perseverance, self-esteem, confidence, resilience
Our children also have the opportunity to care for our school pets, three guinea pigs.
All provision and pupil progress is reviewed termly at SEND Pupil Profile meetings with the teacher and parents/carers.
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