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“If a child can’t learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn” Ignacio Estrada

Are you sometimes lost and confused in the labyrinth of school rules and demands?

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unsure how to make friends? very sensitive and emotional?missing deadlines? or feeling lonely...?

If any of these phrases relate to your child, then come along to a meeting being organised by the Learning Support Department.  

Learning Support covers a wide range of tasks from diagnosing learners’ difficulties to building resilience in tackling learning despite these difficulties.   The difficulties may be social, emotional or organisational as well as difficulties in mastering the basics in speaking, listening reading, writing and maths.

This is done through guidance, positive feedback, collaborative learning activities and unwavering support building an inclusive, holistic environment in which your children can thrive.

Come along and meet this dedicated team and hear them talk about the types of services we offer and how you can access them for your children.

Date: Wednesday 17th October

Time: 8.30am-9.30am

Venue: Canteen

We look forward to seeing you there.


Jean Kingham

Assistant Head Teacher - Inclusion