At Blessed Robert Widmerpool Catholic Voluntary Academy we are committed to inclusion and ambition for all. We aim to ensure all children have access to a broad and balanced curriculum which supports their academic, social, emotional and spiritual development. We work closely with children, parents and outside agencies to support our children, help then become more independent and prepare them for their adulthood.
The school SENDCo is Mrs G Henderson. Contact can be made with Mrs Henderson via the school office on 0115 915 2392 or via email at email@example.com
Please use the link below to visit the Nottingham City Council Local Offer for SEND in this area.
Returning to School
A useful Social Story supporting children before their return to school.
Sources of Support During School Closures
Emotional Literacy support to help parents during school closures.
A booklet detailing support for those with Autism or Learning Difficulties coping with Covid 19 Isolation
A range of resources available to download supporting children with anxiety and uncertainty
For any questions regarding support for those with SEND during school shutdown, please contact the school SENDCo Mrs Henderson, via the school office on 0115 915 2392 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Resources to Support Mental Health and Wellbeing During Lockdown
Useful SEND Websites
British Dyslexia Association
Autism Education Trust
The Dyspraxia Foundation
Children and Adults Mental Health Services (CAMHS)
Young Minds Mental Health Services
All School SEND Policies detailed below