The Inclusion Team holds regular pupil welfare meetings to review the support that is in place for pupils with SEND and other vulnerable groups. These meetings help to ensure that any issues which pupils might be facing are quickly addressed. Actions from pupil welfare meetings might include: referrals to external services, in-class observations and support or pupils being offered a specific intervention based on their presenting needs.
Assistant Head for Inclusion
Alix is a specialist at supporting pupils with autism and SEND. She has worked in specialist educational settings and completed a Masters degree focusing on autism. At Shoreditch Park, Alix has worked as SENCo and ARP Manager. Alix holds the NASENCO award and is part of the school's Senior Leadership Team.
Joanne has extensive experience working with pupils with SEND. She has had a number of roles at Shoreditch Park and is now the ARP Manager. Joanne holds the NASENCO award and is part of the school's Senior Management Team.
Claire has over 17 years’ experience working in Hackney Primary schools. She spent 9 years working as a Learning Mentor and Senior Learning Mentor supporting vulnerable children and their families. She is currently our Pastoral and Child protection manager, responsible for all our children's pastoral needs. Her role also includes supporting our current families within the community as well as our new families. She is part of our Senior Management Team.
Claire has over 12 years of experience in education and has taught in schools across London. She has worked for specialist services supporting pupils with SEND and their families. Claire holds the NASENCO award and is part of the school's Senior Management Team.
Dr. Zoe Tweedale
Zoe is our WAMHS worker. She works for First Steps, which is a CAMHS service. Zoe works in Shoreditch Park for one full day each fortnight. Zoe offers consultations to staff to support them to think about how they can support pupils with presenting mental health needs. She also offers support to staff to think about their own needs.
Natasha is our school counsellor. Natasha offers a confidential space for children to come and explore their thoughts and feelings about worries they might have. Pupils who need support are identified during pupil welfare meetings.
Hanna offers administrative support to the Inclusion Team. She attends weekly pupil welfare meetings and supports with admissions for SEND pupils.
Chris has extensive experience of delivering interventions for pupils with a range of SEND needs. She is currently exclusively supporting pupils with SEND and working closely with the Speech and Language Therapy Team to ensure that outcomes are rigorously reviewed.
Modupe is an experienced Learning Mentor. She works as part of the pastoral team, tracking attendance, and delivers SaLT interventions to KS2 pupils.