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Our Lady’s Catholic Primary School

Our Lady’s Catholic Primary School We aspire that through the love of Jesus everyone should ‘have life and have it to the full.’

Who are the other professionals providing services to children with SEN at Our Lady’s?

Our Lady’s Catholic Primary School We aspire that through the love of Jesus everyone should ‘have life and have it to the full.’

Agency or Service Who they work with How school can get in touch with them
Herefordshire integrated Behaviour Outreach Service (Brookfield School) Children or young people with emotional, social or mental health difficulties that impacts on their behaviour in school School have an allocated teacher who they will contact after a parent or carer signs a referral form
Support for Complex Communication Difficulties (Hampton Dene School Language and Communication Centre)    Children or young people who are being assessed for or already have a diagnosis of Autism or communication difficulties. School have an allocated member of staff who they will contact after a parent or carer signs a referral form
Educational Psychology Service  An Educational Psychologist will always be involved with a child or young person who is referred for an Education, Health and Care Plan. School have an allocated Educational Psychologist who they will contact after a parent or carer signs a referral form
Physical and Sensory Support Service (PASS) Children or young person with physical difficulties, hearing impairment, visual impairment. School have  allocated specialist teachers who they will contact after a parent or carer signs a referral form
Learning Support Partnership(LSP) Children or young people who are working below the levels expected for their age. An L S P Teacher can carry out a bank of assessments and offer advice to teachers. School will let parents or carers know if they need to work with the child or young person.
Speech and Language Therapy Service (SALT) Children or young people with a high level speech and language difficulties. School can fill in a referral form which parents or carers sign.  The family doctor can also complete this form.
Occupational Therapist (OT) Children or young people with particular Functional difficulties including fine and gross motor skills, perceptual skills. School can fill in a referral  form which parents or carers sign.  The family doctor can also complete this form.
Physiotherapist Children or young people with physical rehabilitation of children who are identified as having difficulties with the development of gross motor skills and mobility as a result of accident, injury, disease or disability. School can fill in a referral  form which parents or carers sign.  The family doctor can also complete this form.

Physiotherapists are often assigned following hospital treatment when relevant.
School Nurse Children or young people with medical needs particularly where medication is needed. School have an allocated nurse who they will contact after a parent or carer signs a referral form
Counsellor/Play therapist Children or young people with emotional difficulties School can refer to a qualified counsellor who sees children in school

 

In addition to these staff who come to work in school there are additional support services which can be accessed either via a referral through school or your child’s G.P. These include; CAMHS (Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services), Community Paediatrician

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