The SEND Team
Mrs Janet Bond
I am a non-teaching SENDCO – I work four days a week and my role is to manage the identification and ongoing support for children with special educational needs and disabilities. This involves working closely with staff, parents and carers, pupils and sometimes outside agencies to make sure effective support is in place for pupils with SEND. I have experience working with a wide range of children with additional needs, and know how important it is for parents to feel that their input is valued. I am keen to be accessible to parents, so please do not hesitate to contact the office and make an appointment if you wish to discuss your child’s provision.
Mrs Sam Lenz-Williams
Counsellor and Autism Championslenzfirstname.lastname@example.org
I work with groups and individuals to support their social, emotional and behavioural development and wellbeing. As Autism Champion I work with groups or individual students to work on areas they may be finding challenging. I also work with teachers, pupils, parents and carers and the SENDCO to ensure that appropriate provision and support is in place for learning for children with ASD.
Mrs Daphne Booth
My role is to screen children identified as at risk of dyslexia and to work with teachers, pupils, parents and carers and the SENDCO to ensure that appropriate provision and support is in place for learning for children with dyslexia.
Mrs Geraldine Matthews & Mrs Tanya Bilkey
Speech and Language AssistantsTbilkey@carclazesch.org Gmatthews@carclazesch.org
We work with children with identified speech and language difficulties – this can be pronunciation difficulties or difficulty with expressive and receptive language. In our sessions, we implement advice from speech and language therapists, targeting each child’s specific needs. There is a page on Speech and Language Therapy provision that gives more detail about the support we offer.