Inclusion is at the heart of everything we do.
We want all our students to have a love for learning but we realise that some students need this aspect of their school lives nurturing. We want all our students to reach their full potential but we know for some students practical help will be needed. We also want our students to recognise their individual talents and abilities and achieve their goals.
The Inclusion Team comprises of a wide range of specialists who work together with parents and carers to help students achieve their best and feel included in all the opportunities on offer at South Hunsley.
The primary focus of the Inclusion Team therefore, is to constantly review how we support our students and ask the most important question: what does this student or group of students need and how can we meet those needs?
The efforts of our Inclusion Team have been recognised by Ofsted who praised the ‘high quality additional support and care’ provided to those students who might need some practical help or extra guidance to make sure they have every opportunity to grow and flourish as individuals.
SEN Information Report
You can read our SEN Information Report here.
Alongside MIND, we have developed our Whole School Approach for mental health and wellbeing. Each term, we offer a carousel of 1 hour workshops that any student can access through parental or self-referrals. These one hour workshops, are tailored towards mental health and wellbeing issues that students may face and offer them the tools and skills they require to maintain good mental wellbeing.
If you feel like your child would benefit from any of the sessions available, please email email@example.com with student name, form group and the workshop they would like to do. The workshops and dates this term are below:
How to have a conversation about mental health
How to have a conversation about your own mental health.
Wednesday 12th Jan
Transition & self-care
Workshop aimed at raising awareness about changes that can occur in a young person’s life.
Offers top tips for young people to look after their wellbeing during times of transition.
Wednesday 19th Jan
5 Ways to Wellbeing
Improved awareness of ways to manage positive emotional wellbeing using the 5 Ways to Wellbeing Model.
Wednesday 26th Jan
Your Voice Matters
Aims to empower young people to become more confident talking about mental health & wellbeing. Encourages young people to identify & implement change they would like to see.
Wednesday 2nd Feb
School Life & Exam Stress
Students to be better equipped with coping strategies to manage stressors of school life impacting on emotional health & wellbeing.
Wednesday 9th Feb
Self-Esteem & Confidence
Aims to equip pupils with the skills to help strengthen their self-esteem & confidence.
Wednesday 16th Feb
Assistant Headteacher for Safeguarding and Inclusion: Mr T Sergeant – firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Support for Learning: Mrs J Donkersloot – Jo.Donkersloot@theeducationalliance.org.uk
SEN Coordinator: Miss J Sweeney – email@example.com