At Roseberry Primary and Nursery School we are an inclusive school. We consult with a wide range of agencies and partnerships to ensure the Emotional and Social Development needs of SEN children are met. Supporting Social and Emotional Development Social and emotional development is an important area for all pupils, especially those with SEND. Staff believe that high self-esteem is crucial and aim to support and promote the emotional wellbeing of all children. On a daily basis the class teacher is responsible for the pastoral and social care of every child in their class, therefore this would be the parents’ first point of contact should further advice or support is required.
At Roseberry Primary and Nursery School we maintain close links with External Partnerships. In addition to working with different agencies including CAMHs, the Educational Psychology Team, our Parent Support Advisor, Behaviour Intervention Team, to meet pupil’s needs, we also support social and emotional development through; morning meet and greets, use of restorative approaches, targeted intervention such as Lego Therapy and the Getting Along Programme and Drawing/Talking Therapies. We often hold multi-professional meetings in school so that parents are comfortable in the school environment and the child can join us easily, if it is appropriate.