All teachers have responsibility for children with special needs.
The SEND Co-ordinator is Gemma McIntyre-Lewis who can be contacted by phone on 01795 662875 or by email at email@example.com
News and information
We have a range of fully funded (Free) CACHE accredited qualifications available to help better understand some key issues around young people's mental health and wellbeing, along with a range of other qualifications that may help with developing careers.
Please see below information on structure, criteria and how to express interest:
- Online E Learning Platform.
- Have a full 6-8 weeks to complete the course
- Assigned your own login details, can log in and out when you please
- Assigned your own tutor who will support you throughout and mark your work
- No Exams or Essays. All Q&A based.
- Gain a Level 2 awarded certificate upon completion (GCSE Grade C equivalent)
- Aged 19 or above
- Not currently on a Government funded course (inc apprenticeships)
- Has been in EU/UK for the past 3 years
- Understanding Autism
- Neuroscience In The Early Years Ages 0-7 (Short course)
- Understanding Children and Young Peoples Mental Health
- Understanding Behaviour That Challenges in Children
- Adverse Childhood Experiences
- Understanding Specific Learning Difficulties
If you wish to find out more, please complete the following link and ill be able to give you a call and talk you through how it works:
Digital resource pack for parents
A parent friendly package of resources can be found at the link below:
This includes the instructional videos and accompanying resources available to professionals as well as a guidance document for using the resources. These can either be delivered directly by parents, or revisited by parents for those pupils who have received transition support in school but need further reassurance and support over the summer break.
ADHD Sheppey / ADHD Awesome aims to support individuals and families who have had a diagnosis of ADHD. We hope to empower, educate and encourage people to become the best version of themselves.
Kent Emotional Wellbeing Team (EWT) Swale
Survey link below with Parents to complete. The survey should take approximately 5 minutes for parents to complete.
For us too
Please find attached information about who we are and how we can support families of disabled children in the area.
Clicker 8 (free child-friendly word processor) parent/carer download tutorial video. Email Mrs Lewis HHsendco@tiltrust.org to request an information letter to be sent home with your child.
We refer to the Kent Dyslexia Policy and also, if deemed necessary by the SENDCo, carry out language assessments through an independent therapist to help ascertain if a child is dyslexic.
We held another successful coffee morning, thank you to all those that attended. It was lovely for families to share their experiences and ideas and they were able to visit and explore the sensory room.
We are pleased to announce that the Sensory Room was officially opened by Fred Lane - SEND Provision Evaluation Officer on Tuesday 15th September. A couple of children came along as well as members of the PTA who have kindly helped fund it. We hope that specific children with needs, who will be timetabled to use the room, will benefit in a number of ways from this amazing resource. Please contact the SENDCo, Mrs Lewis or the Pastoral Support Worker, Mrs Hoggins for further information.