Our school has a very effective system for identifying and supporting children with Special Educational Needs. We have members of staff who co-ordinate this work. The Inclusion Manager in conjunction with the Special Education Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) works with children in small groups or individually. The Inclusion team also works closely with parents and external specialist therapists.
We are a mainstream primary school but we also have a resourced provision for children with complex physical diffulties and medical needs. We have a number of very experienced and dedicated Learning Support Assistants (LSAs) who support these children and ensure that they have full access to the curriculum.
Over the years we have developed a number of specialist facilities including a Speech and Language room, Physiotherapy room and a Sensory room. Internal lifts allow access to all the different levels of the school with ramps and extra wide doors ensuring that all areas are fully accessible. Four care suites are located around the building all fitted with electric hoists and ambulant toilets can also be found on all floors. We have a School Nurse and Physiotherapist on site with regular visits from the Occupational Therapist and Speech and Language Therapist all of whom provide support for our existing children.
Our SENCO is Mrs Jennifer Green and our Inclusion Manager is Mrs Jane Price. Both can be contacted via the school email address: email@example.com (FAO: SENCO/Inclusion Manager in the subject box please) or on 0113 267 8032.
The Families and Children's Act 2014 requires all schools to publish their own SEND offer that details all the support and provision that a school will offer to support children with additional needs. Our offer can be found in the section for parents and is listed under 'policies'.
For parents/ carers city-wide who have children with; Autistic Spectrum Condition & Complex Communication Difficulties. Location: Richmond Hill Primary School Clark Lane, Richmond Hill, Leeds LS9 8PN
LEEDS DISABILITY SPORTS NEWS - FEBRUARY 2017
Leeds Sports Awards tickets are still available, with discounted Leeds Sports Club member tickets also for sale. The event is taking place at the First Direct Arena on Tuesday 7th March 2017.
DSY Annual Awards Dinner will be held at The Centenary Pavilion, Elland Rd on Friday 24th March 2017. The price of the event- a celebration of disability sporting achievement, participation and volunteering- remains £30 per person, to include four course meal, speeches, entertainment and raffle. Nominations have now closed but tickets still available.
FA Grow the Game Funding is available to apply for from now until Wednesday 29th March 2017. The following types of football teams are eligible for a grant: Male teams - Under-14s to adult, Female teams - Under-7s to adult and Disability teams.
Wheelchair Tennis CPD is taking place in Leeds at the John Charles Centre for Sport (tennis centre) on the 24th April 2017. This is aimed at accredited level 2 and above coaches who would like to develop their skills to work more effectively with wheelchair tennis players.
Yorkshire Visually Impaired Cricket Club latest training sessions are available to view via their website.
Tri4Tokyo- British Triathlon's Paralympic Talent Identification Campaign has been launched, aimed at finding talented athletes in the next two years who have the potential to become medallists at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games and beyond.
Visually Impaired and Blind football training sessions are being delivered at the John Charles Centre for Sport regularly in conjunction with the Leeds United Foundation. For details of the next sessions please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org