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A membership organisation that specialises in working with churches to provide fun and inspiring local groups (known as companies) where girls and young women can belong, achieve and discover Jesus! GB companies are primarily for girls and young women, aged four to 18, and meet most weeks of the year in safe and friendly environments.
We are a team of advisory teachers offering a service which focuses on supporting pupils who have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC) or pupils whose difficulties could be attributed to social communication difficulties but who do not have a diagnosis.
The key purpose of our service is to enable staff to cater for the needs of pupils on the autism spectrum so that they are able to access the curriculum and cope with the social demands of educational environments. We offer different levels of intervention.
- Autism awareness training including general strategies to help pupils with ASC.
- More bespoke training can be organised request.
General practical strategies are outlined during training sessions. These strategies help enable schools and their staff to cater for the needs of many children on the Autism Spectrum. The implementation of the specified strategies aim to help a large number of children on the spectrum.
Additional support may be requested for children with more complex difficulties. Where the child continues to have difficulties in accessing the curriculum or in coping with the social demands of school despite these interventions, and where these difficulties are attributable to ASC, the school may request additional help from the service.
Consultation visits to school can be requested on receipt of an IEP showing the pupil's response to strategies in place together with a signed, completed referral form.
At Balliol we believe in an aspirational curriculum, which offers all children memorable experiences within an exciting, challenging and creative environment alongside effective teaching of key skills for life and learning.
We are a day nursery, which is part of a franchise.
Banana Moon Day Nursery is committed to the inclusion of all children. We believe all children have the right to be cared for and educated to develop to their full potential. We have a Special Educational Needs and Disability policy in place to support this.
We are a preschool run from a local church. We take children from the ages of 2 - 5 years.
We are committed to inclusion, meeting individual needs, and the provision of the highest quality for all pupils and the efficient use of resources.
The Children’s Nursing Team at the Child Development Centre (CDC) co-ordinates and supports paediatric clinics for children and their families. Working in partnership with paediatricians and families while waiting for, or following, diagnosis, supporting families at this often difficult time working to support transition into education and universal services.
We provide nursing advice and health promotion and safeguard and promote the welfare of children accessing the service.
The Nursing Team also oversee the Information Room which provides resources regarding specific conditions, support groups and a number of other topics related to special needs for children, young people and their families.