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The EWS SEN team is dedicated to making learning accessible to students of all abilities. We have a range of clubs, activities and even residential trips to support our work with students in the classroom. You can read more about what we do below.
Clare McKinlay - Head of Inclusion
Janet Amara – SENCO
Sylvia Campbell – Second in SEN/ Maths Teacher
Helen Reeve – Higher Level Teaching Assistant
Lesley Gordon – Higher Level Teaching Assistant Literacy and Language
Caroline Martin – Learning Support Assistant
Suraj Chadha – Learning Support Assistant
Louise O’Sullivan – Learning Support Assistant
Finbar Little – Learning Support Assistant
Sandra Cameron – Learning Support Assistant
Pierre Michaud – Learning Support Assistant
Daily Lunchtime Clubs
Handwriting Club is for students who would like to improve and develop good cursive writing. This involves holding the pen correctly, developing good letter formation through a range of tasks and gaining good writing habits; Years 7 and 8.
Catch Up Literacy is suitable for struggling readers below level 3 in English. This is an individual programme to develop their reading, writing and spelling. Within a ten month period, students can progress their reading age by 22 months and their comprehension by 28 months.
Computer Club is for students in Year 7 to Year 11 to complete any class work, homework or to research information for their coursework. Support and guidance is given if required.
All pupils with Special Educational Needs are invited to attend the Key Stage 3 and 4 homework clubs. These are run by Ms. Martin, Ms. Campbell and Ms. O’Sullivan and take place after school on Tuesdays (KS4) and Wednesdays (KS3) from 3.30pm to 4.30pm.
Students will have an opportunity to catch up on outstanding homework and coursework and will also be able to ask for help from teachers in an environment where she feels relaxed and comfortable. The clubs are held in one of the school’s computer rooms so that the girls are able to type up work and use the internet for research.