Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)
Coffee Morning ASD Training Team Thursday 1st July 10am via Zoom
Meeting ID: 726 3569 3995
On Monday the 1st of July at 10am, we are hosting the ASD Training team for a Coffee Morning with Parents and Carers. This will be a useful session to get some support or advice if your child has ASD or if you are considering making an application to the ASD Pathway. If you would like to book onto this session, please email Miss O'Kane at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling us on 0151 525 8489. Please see the link below for more information on the ASD Training team - ASD TRAINING TEAM LEAFLET.pdf
National Parents & Carers Virtual Conference 2021
The ADHD Foundation are partnering with Witherslack Group for an unmissable virtual conference covering a broad range of SEN support and advice. Witherslack Group are the leading provider of schools and children’s homes for children with special educational needs.
Delivered by a range of experts within the field, this virtual conference will share important advice and knowledge, whilst proudly celebrating neurodiversity.
Virtual Event: National Parents & Carers Virtual Conference 2021 – Celebrating Neurodiversity through positive support
Date: Thursday 8th July
Time: 10.30am onwards
Tickets: £8 (early bird discount of £5 per person until 21st June)
All proceeds will be donated to the ADHD Foundation: Neurodiversity Charity.
Live bitesize webinars will be streamed throughout the day. Here is a taster of what presentations will take place:
- What should parents expect from the school Special Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO)?
- What is the best kind of school for children with SEN?
- A young person’s perspective: What parents needs to know about their child’s ADHD
- A young person’s approach: Helping teachers support the mental health of young
- people with ADHD
- ADHD & Girls
- Why and how can we celebrate neurodiversity?
- Special Educational Needs: Transitioning from early years to primary
- The Recovery Curriculum: Supporting and nurturing our children’s mental
- health after the pandemic
- Celebrating the talent, ability and joy of neurodiverse children and adults
- There will also be a special guest appearance from Patricia Kelly, wife of Gene Kelly and ambassador for neurodiversity.
We hope you can join them for what promises to a day full of celebration, expert advice and acknowledgment of the heroic efforts that have been made families across the country during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Addvanced Solutions Courses for parents this half term - What_s_On_in_Liverpool_Summer_Half_Term_2021.01.pdf
Pupils with an identified Special Educational Need and/or Disability (SEND) at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Infant and Nursery School are fully included in all aspects of school life and are given appropriate support to access the curriculum to reach their full potential and succeed in life. Any learner may have special educational needs at some point during their time in school and therefore a wide variety of strategies will be used to meet the needs as they are identified. Parents and carers are supported in seeking advice and implementing strategies they need to create an environment to fulfil their child’s potential, both in school and at home.
Miss O'Kane is our SENDCo and school mental health lead. She is responsible for special educational needs at school. All schools have a SENDCo and they work with other teachers and with parents to make sure that pupils with special educational needs get the right support and help they need at school.
Please call the main school office on 0151 525 8489 to make an appointment to meet Miss O'Kane or you can email her directly at email@example.com
- Liverpool Early Help Directory
- National Autistic Society
- ADDvanced Solutions
- ADHD Foundation
- Isabella Trust
- Young Minds
- Special Needs Jungle
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