Pelham Primary School

Inclusion

At Pelham, we pride ourselves on the inclusive nature of our school where we aim to cater for each individual, taking particular account of any specific needs or abilities. We endeavour to ensure that all our children fulfil their potential and, within this context, we emphasise health and safety, enjoyment and achievement and the beginnings of responsibility for themselves and others.

We value the individuality of all our children, irrespective of ethnicity, attainment, age, disability, gender or background and we actively seek to remove the barriers to learning and participation that can hinder or exclude individual pupils, or groups of pupils.

If you require any information about Special Educational Needs provision, please contact Kim Harrison (SENCO), via the school office.

General Resources and Visuals

Now and Next (Visual prompt)          Visual Timetable

100 square                                      Number track (1-10)

First 45 words           First 100 High Frequency words           Next 200 High Frequency words

Sensory, fine and gross motor OT activities

Fine Motor Skills cards                                         Gross Motor Skills cards

Midline crossing and bilateral coordination

OT at Home

Yoga moves cards

Indoor Games to get children moving

 Speech and Language resources

 Barrier game for speech and language development

Effective questioning and developing skills to answer increasingly complex questions

Hearing and remembering

Home Strategies to support Language and Communication Skills

Memory speaking and listening activities

Name 5 things

 Word webs

Mental health and counselling support for young people - CAMHS offer a crises/duty line 0800 292 2505/0208 254 8061 from 9am-5pm which young people or families can contact for advice and support if you have concerns. In addition you can contact the trust mental health support line out of hours on 0203 228 5980. 

Documents to view or download:

SEND Policy - (2021-22)

Accessibility Policy and Plan (2020-23)

SEN Information report (2021)

Link to Merton’s SEN Local Offer 

Equalities Policy (2020-21)