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The SENDCO at Whitings Hill School is Mrs Paulla Andreou.

Telephone: 0208 359 5360

Email: office@whitingshill.barnetmail.net

SEN Home Learning

 

In this section, Mrs Andreou will be adding items for those of you who may want some additional support for your children with Special Educational Needs. We want to ensure that the children are supported as best as possible during this tricky time. 

 

Please feel free to email the SENCO, Mrs Andreou on pandreou3.302@lgflmail.org if you feel something could be added that would be beneficial.

Whitings Hill offers many different types of support for children, parents and carers. 

Some are detailed on this page.

 

 

                                                           

 

Family Links delivers innovative, high quality training courses in the Nurturing Programme to health and social care services, the voluntary sector, schools and universities. The Nurturing Programme is designed to provide adults and children with the understanding, skills and ability to lead emotionally healthy lives, build resilience, empathy, self-esteem and support positive relationships. Whitings Hill offer a parenting programme on a weekly basis, staff have just completed a days INSET training and the Inclusion team are introducing whole-class circle time to all classes from Nursery through to Year 6.

 

 

Social skills groups - Experienced group leaders provide a small and safe setting in which children feel supported in learning to interact successfully with their peers. Interactive instruction includes play, games, art, and role playing. Children gain many skills including: identifying and expressing feelings, taking turns and sharing, listening, asserting themselves positively, solving problems, and dealing with transitions.

Social skills groups - Experienced group leaders provide a small and safe setting in which children feel supported in learning to interact successfully with their peers. Interactive instruction includes play, games, art, and role playing. Children gain many skills including: identifying and expressing feelings, taking turns and sharing, listening, asserting themselves positively, solving problems, and dealing with transitions. 1
Social skills groups - Experienced group leaders provide a small and safe setting in which children feel supported in learning to interact successfully with their peers. Interactive instruction includes play, games, art, and role playing. Children gain many skills including: identifying and expressing feelings, taking turns and sharing, listening, asserting themselves positively, solving problems, and dealing with transitions. 2
Social skills groups - Experienced group leaders provide a small and safe setting in which children feel supported in learning to interact successfully with their peers. Interactive instruction includes play, games, art, and role playing. Children gain many skills including: identifying and expressing feelings, taking turns and sharing, listening, asserting themselves positively, solving problems, and dealing with transitions. 3

Rephael House Counselling Centre

 

Rephael House is Counselling Centre which was established in 1997. They are an independent charity who amongst other things offer counselling to vulnerable children in schools. Therapy in schools is play based and is offered for children 4-12.

Rephael House Counselling Centre offers therapeutic support to a wide catchment area including:

 Barnet - Enfield - Brent - Harrow - Camden - Haringey - Islington - Hertfordshire.

 

We are so very lucky to have this service at Whitings Hill and our counsellor is called Tracey.

Please go on to their website if you would like any further information.

http://www.rephaelhouse.org.uk/

For any  further information for any parents and carers who wish to know more about this counselling service at Whitings Hill, please contact the Inclusion team. 

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