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From time to time things happen at home and in school, where you may feel like you need some extra help, someone to talk to
Here are some ways to get that help!

how do we offer pastoral support?

We have produced a short set of slides and information booklet to help explain how we offer pastoral support to our pupils and families:

pdfPastoral_support_Parent_leaflet_Sept_21.pdf

pptxPastoral_Support_meeting_Sept_21.pptx

What do Mrs Wyatt and Mrs Brown-Bolton do?

school mentors

Mrs Wyatt and Mrs Brown-Bolton are our school learning mentors.

Read more: What do Mrs Wyatt and Mrs Brown-Bolton do?

ChildLine

childline

‘If you are worried about anything, it could be something big or something small - don't bottle it up. It can really help if you talk to someone. If there is something on your mind, ChildLine is here for you.’

Read more: ChildLine

Anti-bullying Charter

As a school we have been working hard on our Anti-Bullying Charter. See below for a link to our actual Charter.

Bullying in ANY form is unacceptable – it has to stop.

Read more: Anti-bullying Charter

Transition

Transition

Transition is carefully planned for all children whether they are moving from our Early Years unit to Key stage 1, Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2, moving into the area from another school or making the leap to secondary school. Regardless of circumstances we hold meetings with previous teachers/schools to handover information and discuss individual children and their needs. Their Individual Provision Maps (for children with SEND) are passed on to either the next teacher or school.  This documents all the interventions that have taken place in their current or previous primary schools along with other information such as interests and current trgets. Some children will also have extra visits to their new setting in order for them to become familiar with the routines of the day and to help them settle more easily.  They may also spend time with our Learning Mentors to help prepare for these changes as some children find this time of year very difficult. 

For children transitioning to secondary school once a place has been confirmed then meetings will take place between the current school staff who know the child well and the SENCO from the secondary school to discuss how the transition for the child will take place to ensure a smooth and relaxed transition occurs.  In some cases an enhanced transition may be necessary.  This means that additional visits to the secondary school may take place.

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Paper Copies

If you would like paper copies of any of the information, policies etc contained on this site then please get in touch. Copies will be provided free of charge.

If you would like the information contained in this website in another language or format such as Braille, large print or audio, please get in touch.

Contact Us

General queries to:
Mrs J Coates/Mrs J Kavanagh/Mrs V Scoot/Mrs Bain-Mackay - School Administrators
Mrs S Borradaile - School Business Manager

sampleTel:  01937 832 899

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Wetherby Road, Tadcaster
North Yorkshire LS24 9JN

 

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