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Corpus Christi

Catholic Primary School

A Newman Partnership School within the Diocese of Portsmouth

Care, Courtesy and Concern

What training do staff supporting children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities have?

In order for inclusion to be successful, all of our staff benefit from on-going access to support, training and resources.  A key aspect of this is mutual support and we readily share expertise between members of our staff with parents and carers so that we can work as a team most effectively to support children.  Outside professionals are frequently involved in training with staff, parents and carers.

As new needs and educational research arise staff are provided with up-to-date training.

Currently staff have received training in –

  • Teamteach – a positive approach to supporting behaviour and de-escalating challenging situations involving positive handling;
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder;
  • Down’s Syndrome;
  • Dyslexia;
  • Dyspraxia;
  • Precision teaching;
  • Paired reading;
  • FFT Early Literacy Intervention;
  • PEIC-D (Promoting Early Interactive Conversations);
  • Attachment disorder;
  • Learn to Move – Move to Learn (Motivators);
  • Early Help Assessment (EHA) training & lead professional training;
  • ELSA – Emotional Literacy Support Assistant training;
  • Bereavement and loss;
  • Safeguarding – Levels 1,2,3 as well as other specialised training;
  • Medical – first aid, epipen, diabetes, individual training around care plans and any medical equipment;
  • Including the Hearing Impaired Child;
  • Signalong – a sign supported communication system;
  • PECs a picture exchange communication system to aid communication.

 

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