Therapists and our SEN specialists
Our Speech and Language Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Art Therapists, Play Therapists and Physiotherapists collaborate with the educational team to highlight how they can develop pupils' skills across various school learning opportunities. In addition, we offer the Orton-Gillingham (OG) Dyslexia Program.
Direct One on One therapy
Group therapy, e.g. Social Skills, vocational opportunities such as cooking classes
'Push in' type therapies (e.g. supporting children at lunch/snack time, mainstream class, pool etc.)
Therapists advise strategies and resources for at home and school.
We focus on practical and dynamic learning experiences that foster social communication skills and are crucial to curricular tasks.
We have created purpose-built and accessible spaces in the heart of our campuses that provide a safe space to learn and opportunities to access the mainstream environment. Our movement and sensory rooms allow our students with sensory or vestibular, greater control of their learning across the school day. We have included therapy spaces and custom-made classrooms to increase learning potential and enable our students to be the best that they can be.
We have built strong relationships in our community with partners such as STEPS, LEAP (Learning and Educational Advocacy Programme) and The Rainbow Room Special Needs Awareness Centre.
The best way to experience our school is to visit us...
For more information or a tour of our STARS facilities, please contact Ms Verity Harvey, Head of Special Educational Needs and Inclusion firstname.lastname@example.org
High School Embracing Differences
For more information or a tour of our Embracing Differences department, please contact Mr Craig Eggleton, Head of the Embracing Differences programme at email@example.com.