Inclusion team website statement
Please find a list of websites that you may find useful during the current lockdown, in supporting your child's needs.
Oak National Academy
Guidance for parents on supporting their children’s well-being
Cognition and Learning
Communication and Interaction
Social, Emotional and Mental Health
Local support contacts
· CAMHS - https://www.camhs-stoke.org.uk/ Tel: 0300-123-0907
· North Staff Mind - http://nsmind.org.uk/ Tel: 01782 262100
· Dove - www.thedoveservice.org.uk Tel: 01782 683155
· Crisis team at the Harplands - https://combined.nhs.uk/our-services/adult-inpatient/ Tel:
0300 123 0907
Mind Info line : 03001233393 Text: 86463
NSPCC - www.nspcc.org.uk Tel: 0808 800 5000
· Anxiety UK - www.anxietyuk.org.uk Tel: 08444 775 774
· Carers Trust - www.carer.org Tel: 08008 808 7777
· Bereavement Advice Centre - www.bereavementadvice.org Tel: 0800 634 9494
· YMCA - www.ymcans.org.uk/response Telephone: 01782 222385
Nurse support team (Lock Down Services)
Our Contact Numbers for our Hubs are:-
City Health Visiting Service (Age 0-5) HUB 0300 303 3298
Our Health 5-19 Service HUB 0300 124 0362
Please can you remind older children aged 11-19 Years that they can text the School Nurse direct for physical and emotional health support on our Chat Health number: 07520 615723.
The Health Visiting service also operates a text message service for parents to be able to text into for any questions they have. The details for this service are; Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire parentline text: 07520 615722
The Inclusion team consists of a number of approachable and dedicated members who work collaboratively with the staff throughout the school to remove barriers to learning to ensure the best outcomes for all of the children.
Our Inclusion Lead/SENCO is Mrs E. Harrison and working across the Multi Academy Trust there is a Safeguarding Officer Mrs J.Oakes. These members of the team work closely with the school based Inclusion Team that includes an Assistant Inclusion Lead and a Home School Link Worker, as well as any additional support staff working with individual children.
The team is committed to ensuring that children receive support in lessons, personalised interventions and pastoral care, whether it be for their social and emotional needs, special educational needs, disabilities, behaviour, mental health or medical needs. We use specific programmes and technology to help children to enjoy learning and to support them, enabling them to make progress.
We support and work with teachers and parents in identifying and meeting the needs of every child and liaise closely with other agencies to ensure the best possible provision and outcomes through a collaborative approach.
As a team, we pride ourselves on creating a warm and friendly atmosphere for all children that we support as well as helping them to achieve the best that they can.
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