Inclusion Team

Mrs Cordall - Pastoral Head of School (SMT)

Mrs Cordall strategically leads Inclusion and Well-Being. She is responsible for co-ordinating appropriate provision for those children falling into vulnerable groups such as; pupil premium indicated children, children in care, ethnic minority pupils, pupils with English as an additional language, those children with medical requirements, as well as promoting the emotional well-being of all. Mrs Cordall is also responsible for the strategic development of behaviour and attendance, as well as being a Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (DDSL).

Our Pastoral Head of School's primary aim is to support and promote an inclusive culture throughout the school, enabling all children to achieve their best, overcoming barriers to learning and participation.

Miss Freeman - Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator 

Miss Freeman is our SENCo. She is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the school's SEN policy and co-ordinates additional support for pupils with SEN in our school. Mrs Freeman will liaise with parents, teachers and other professionals. She is also a Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (DDSL).

Miss Freeman is currently training to be a qualified Thrive Practitioner and is studying for her National Award of Sepcial Educational Needs Co-ordination (NASENCo).

Mrs K Weale - Pastoral Support Worker

Mrs Weale is the lead Pastoral worker supporting Mrs Cordall and Mrs Freeman with Early Help intervention, SEND and Healthcare.

Mrs Weale is based in ‘The Hub’ and is a qualified Thrive Practitioner and is also trained in the use of Lego Therapy.

Her main role is to provide specific emotional support to children and their families, in order to ensure that every pupil achieves their potential through the provision of targeted support, signposting to services and interventions.

Mrs L Jephcote -Pastoral Support Worker

Mrs Jephcote is the lead Pastoral worker supporting Mrs Cordall and Miss Freeman with the Pets as Therapy initiative, Behaviour, Young Carers and supporting those children who may have attachment needs from being in care or following an adoption.

Mrs Jephcote is based  in ‘The Hub’. She is trained in the use of Lego Therapy and is a qualified Thrive Practitioner.

Her main role is to provide specific emotional support to children and their families, in order to ensure that every pupil achieves their potential through the provision of targeted support, signposting to services and interventions.

Mrs J Childs - Attendance Officer 

Mrs Childs is responsible for monitoring and keeping accurate records of pupil attendance. She liaises with parents and carers.

Mrs Childs also produces many of the rewards for pupils with high levels of attendance and supports Mrs Cordall in putting support in place for families whose attendance is below the expected level.

School Vision

Building foundations for a love of life, a love of learning and a love of one another