SEND: Children with special educational needs and disabilities
Welcome to the Summer Term at THS.
Firstly, we would like to thank you for your support with our return to school and we have enjoyed seeing all of our students. Our students have shown resilience, confidence and positivity.
Our Summer Term is upon us, this is a busy time for our school as we prepare for our year 11 students to move into post 16 and start to work with our new year 7 students in their schools although this year it will look a little different as we will be completing the sessions virtually.
Also, our fantastic PE department are running extra curricular activities which could be fun to join. We are currently running our SEND Football intervention which a number of our students are enjoying we are focussing on team work, social skills and most of all having fun.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact our SEND Admin.
And we are super excited to welcome you all back and see you all! However, lockdown is still in place and as such we need to be very mindful that we are still following all the Government guidelines and working towards the roadmap as laid out.
We will continue to work with one-way systems and year group bubbles, as we previously did before Christmas. We are dedicated to making the return to school as easy as we can but equally recognise that many young people as well as parents and extended family may be anxious. This is to be expected but please do talk to us, to see what can be down to further support you all at this time!
Sanctuary Club will be open at break and lunch times and cold food can be eaten in there. Hot food will need to be eaten in the refectory but can be done through the calm zone. Please note mobile phones are not to be used in the buildings at any time.
Remember HANDS, FACE, SPACE:
School SEND information
Muster points for the Support Centre in the event of an emergency such as a fire alarm. This short video shows where to go to find your muster point.
A free, informal workshop for parents and carers to consider the links between behavior and speech, language and communication needs. This event will be held virtually on Monday 22nd March 2021, 1-2.30pm.
Action for Children – Mid Devon Children’s center (Tiverton) – Online parenting courses available
This document will help with your transition to Tiverton High School from primary school.
SEND home learning
Downloadable resources and links to learning material.Click here
Download the Tiverton High School Local Offer.Click here