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Spalding Primary School

Learning Together, Succeeding Together

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Following the inspection on the 24th April our school has maintained a "Good" rating. The letter can be viewed on our page Key Information/Ofsted
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Spalding Primary School

Learning Together, Succeeding Together

What training and expertise do staff have for the additional support my child needs?

Class teachers/Head of School/Executive Head teacher/SENCO:

  • A mix of newly qualified teachers and experienced teachers
  • A Physical Education specialist teacher working across classes in KS1 and KS2 and after school clubs
  • All teachers have been trained to deliver Read, Write, Inc.
  • All teachers have had First Quality training in areas of Literacy and Maths.
  • Key members of staff have had Team Teach training
  • All teachers have had First Aid training
  • All members of staff have had Safeguarding training
  • All teachers have received up to date training on epi-pen and individual children’s specific needs
  • All class teachers have received training on Autism from The Autism Education Trust

 

SENCO:

  • Experienced SENCO since 2006
  • Postgraduate qualification at Masters level in the National SEN Coordination Award
  • Qualified teacher status

 

Teaching assistants:

  • Key teaching assistants have been trained to deliver the Colourful Semantics programme (Speech and Language)
  • All teaching assistants trained to deliver Literacy and Maths intervention programmes
  • Key teaching assistants trained to deliver Talking Time groups (Speech and Language)
  • All teaching assistants trained to deliver Read, Write, Inc Phonics
  • Some teaching assistants hold Higher Level Teaching Assistant Status
  • Some teaching assistants have had Team Teach training
  • All teaching assistants have had first aid training
  • Key teaching assistants have had Paediatric emergency first aid training
  • All teaching assistants have received up to date training on epi-pen and individual children’s specific needs
  • Some teaching assistants are bilingual speaking Portuguese, Lithuanian, Polish and Russian.
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