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Social, Emotional and Mental Health

My child needs support with Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties

My child needs support with Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties

 

Your child may need support with:

  • Attendance
  • Attention and listening skills
  • Anxiety
  • Impulsivity and/or hyperactivity
  • Low self-esteem
  • Managing anger
  • Forming and maintaining relationships
  • Depression
  • Bereavement
  • Life outside school

 

Your child may have a diagnosis of ADD/ADHD, Attachment Disorder or Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) - please see our section for ASD within Communication and Interaction.

 

IQFT @ Heyes Lane:

All pupils at Heyes Lane are entitled to, and receive Inclusive Quality-First Teaching (IQFT) though our creative, engaging and immersive curriculum, which is appropriately differentiated to meet individual learner needs.  This is achieved through:

  • Highly skilled, creative teachers and well-trained support staff who are dedicated to your child’s academic, personal and social potential
  • Appropriate learning challenges, matched the National Curriculum guidelines
  • Differentiated learning challenges through:
    • Extending or reducing challenges
    • Varying the amount of adult or peer support given to complete the challenge
    • The way a learning challenge is delivered, completed and achieved.  E.g. visually (looking), practically (doing), orally (speaking), aurally (listening).
    • Different resources to complete learning challenges
    • Different outcome of the challenge
  • Multi-sensory approach to learning challenges
  • Visual aids to support attention and listening skills, classroom organisation and language and concept development
  • Reward charts
  • Modelled language through repetition, emphasis and expansion
  • More thinking time
  • Writing slope boards, pencil grips and coloured overlays for reading
  • Spell checkers for KS 2
  • Appropriate seating position
  • Talk partners & Peer support
  • Whole school approach to meta-cognition through our Learning Goals: Positive, Active and Creative
  • Early identification of needs through a graduated approach to teaching and learning and meeting pupil needs
  • Effective Accessibility, Anti-bullying, Relationships & Behaviour, Equalities, SEND & Inclusion, Safeguarding and Teaching & Learning Policies

 

Additional Support

Your child may benefit from:

  • Behaviour support
  • Health Care Plan
  • Buddy System
  • Reflection Boards
  • Playground support
  • Access to quiet areas
  • Family Support
  • Pastoral support and guidance 

 

SEN Support

You child may access:

  • Circle of Friends intervention
  • Health Care Plan
  • Playground support
  • Access to quiet space at break times 
  • Individual Reflection Boards
  • Personalised visual prompts and resources
  • Social Stories, Comic Strips Conversations and Contingency Maps
  • Technologies to support listening & attention and anger
  • Pastoral support during lessons
  • Pastoral Support programmes: Anxiety, Anger Management, Self-Esteem, Draw and Talk, Friendship
  • Lego Therapy
  • Workstation area
  • Sensory Diet and Movement breaks
  • Small group Talkabout Self-Esteem, Social Skills and Friendship programmes
  • Small group Emotional Literacy programme
  • Longford Park Outreach Support
  • Support from the School Nurse
  • School-based Counselling sessions
  • Behaviour & Emotional support using Risk & Resilience and RAMP Models
  • Support, advice & training from specialists
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