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St John Fisher Primary a Catholic Voluntary Academy, Sheffield
Daily Advent Class Reflections: Monday 30th November 2020 - Friday 18th December 2020 | Our December prayer for the season of Advent is: The Act of Contrition  | Our 'Statement to Live By' is ‘I think before I make choices that affect my health' | Enforced Bubble Closures: Pupils in Years 1 and 4 are required to isolate. They can return on Friday 4th December | Pupils in Year 5 are required to isolate. They can return on Monday 7th December | Children can dress down on their first day back (non-uniform day) | Poppy Appeal 2020: Thank you to everyone who contributed to this year’s appeal. A magnificent total of £142.30 was raised here which contributed to a district total of £1406.91! | After School Sports | Free | Open to all | 5.00pm daily until 18-12-20 | Click:  https://www.youthsporttrust.org/AfterSchoolSportClub | Blue Day 2020 | The Feast of St Andrew | Monday 30th November 2020 | Members of St Andrew's House (only) can wear blue instead of uniform | Everyone else must wear uniform as usual | Termly Curriculum Overviews: click here to view them. | SJF Remembrance Service 2020: Please click here, thank you.  | Our November Prayer: The Eternal Rest | Review of RE & Catholic Life at SJF: please click here to view the outcome letter, thank you. | Our November Prayer: The Eternal Rest | HONESTY (Our Term 2 Learning Value) | FS2 & Y4 Welcome Liturgy please click here. | Y2 Reading Workshop click here | SJF Home Learning Policy: click here | Updated SJF COVID-19 Risk Assessment (Version 8): click here | COVID-19 Related Pupil Absence Guide - click here | SJF Reconnection Plan: Click here | Films of class liturgies, school services and Masses are available here | Latest Newsletters: Click here: http://www.st-johnfisher.org/newsletters/
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Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) - LOCAL OFFER

 

Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND)

St John Fisher Catholic Primary School supports many children with a wide range of additional needs. For some children these needs are ongoing, for others it may be a shorter term interaction. We ensure that all children are equally valued by having a broad and balanced curriculum which meets their individual needs and abilities. 

Special Educational Needs is a general term applied to any pupil who has specific learning needs, personal, emotional, behavioural or health issues, which require teachers to make responses beyond the normal teaching styles appropriate for classes and individual pupils.

Our school identifies children with learning difficulties through regular assessment and particular diagnostic assessments where appropriate. The needs of the children are met through differentiation within classrooms, including small group or one-to-one support, depending on need. 

As well as providing a wide range of support in school, we link closely with other outside agencies to provide support for our children and their families. We enjoy close links with the Speech and Language Service, the Autism Support Service, Ryegate Children's Centre and Educational Psychologists. These services can provide advice and assessment when needed but also the reassurance for parents that school are catering well for our most vulnerable children.

We have an effective Individual Support Plan review cycle that allows us to monitor, review and plan for the next steps of development based on the ASSESS PLAN DO REVIEW cycle.

Our Inclusion Team

The Inclusion Team consists of:

  • Mrs I Hadfield (SENDCo/Leader for Inclusion and Diversity)
  • Mrs A Pickering (Learning Mentor)
  • Mrs J Golland (Inclusion Teaching Assistant)
  • Mrs L Mappin (Inclusion Teaching Assistant)
  • Mrs E Walton (Inclusion Teaching Assistant)

We are here to support all children whose circumstances make them vulnerable in any way.  This could be in the short or medium term (bereavement, friendship issues or struggling to settle into a new class) or longer term physical or neuro-disabilities.  A large part of our work is building partnerships with our parents, who, as the first educators, know their children better than we ever could.  We always strive to meet every situation with a smile and work together to make St John Fisher a welcoming place for all.

If you have any concerns about your child, or there is anything you feel we should know about them, please do not hesitate to contact us.  Please see the office to make an appointment with Mrs Hadfield. Mrs Pickering is also available most mornings.

We look forward to seeing you!

Please click on the link for St John Fisher Primary School (SJF) SEND Report and SJF SEND Policy. 

Thank you.