Special Educational Needs (SEN) Department
Message from Judtih Arnold, Special Educational Needs Coordinator:
The Advisory Department, based at Lockton House, works in partnership with mainstream teachers, parents and outside agencies to provide quality assessment and monitoring of students’ learning needs, effective classroom support and guidance and specialist individualised or small-group tuition in literacy and numeracy.
The Personalised Learning Centre, also based at Lockton House, supports students with short-term medical or emotional needs.
Our mission is clear and simple: to create an environment in which every student with special educational needs receives high-quality teaching and provision, enabling them to achieve their full potential.
Judith Arnold, Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator
Sandy Jiggins, Deputy SENCO, Higher Level Teaching Assistant with special responsibility for technology and access arrangements
Amanda Murfitt, Teaching Assistant with responsibility for English, literacy, numeracy and transition
Mary Barney, Learning support assistant (maths)
Anne Blackett, Teaching assistant (science, medical)
Ro Booth, Teaching assistant, based in the school's Personalised Learning Centre
Jan Chamberlain, Teaching assistant (First Response)
Sheila Fletcher, Teaching assistant (science)
Leigh-Ann Lench, Teaching assistant (English)
Eve Harrison, Teaching assistant (science)
Julie Holmes, Teaching assistant (humanities, business)
Liz Keaveney, Teaching assistant (English)
Jill Ensor, Teaching assistant (maths)
Louise Sindall, Teaching assistant (maths, ADHD)
Jane Lee, Learning support assistant (science)
Rea Reeve, faculty administrative support