Specialist support service for children aged 3-11 years with severe learning difficulties and complex needs including autism
Tweendykes School is situated in North East Hull and serves the families of 165 children with severe and complex learning difficulties including autism and associated communication disorders. The school offers a personalised approach to teaching and learning through the use of a thematic curriculum ensuring pupils are engaged, understand the world around them and can communicate effectively.
Ofsted rated the school as Outstanding in June 2022.
The school holds a national Autism Accreditation Award.
Ganton School is situated in West Hull and serves the families of 165 children with severe and complex learning difficulties and disabilities. Many have autism and associated communication disorders. The school offers a personalised approach to teaching and learning and uses a creative curriculum to ensure learning is always fun. Ofsted rated the school as Outstanding in January 2018.
How Can We Help
Our service is aimed at children aged 3 -11 years with severe learning difficulties and complex needs, including autism. We provide a package of support involving an initial assessment of need, followed by a plan for meeting the training needs of the school or setting and interventions for the child. This will include the provision of resources if appropriate, a period of support visits by a specialist teaching assistant to provide modelling and coaching in your setting to help implement the programme. Staff visits to one of the special schools to see interventions in place will also be available if appropriate.
What do we offer?
- Initial Assessment
- Identification and delivery of staff training
- An intervention plan for the child
- Support with planning and assessment
- Support visits to promote modelling/coaching within your setting
- Attendance of reviews and written reports
- Closely liaison with other professionals and parents
If you have concerns regarding a child that you support and feel that this service may be of benefit, please contact us to obtain a referral form.
Alternatively, a referral may be made following discussions with other professionals e.g. with Educational Psychologists or Speech and Language Therapists. Following receipt of a completed referral form, a member of the outreach team will be in touch to discuss your support needs.
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SLD Outreach Service
Midmere Learning Village
Tel: 01482 826508