Inclusion and Pastoral Support
At The District CE our Inclusion and Pastoral team takes a holistic approach to working with children and families. To best support children’s personal development, behaviour and welfare our team includes:
Mrs L Shelford – SENCO
Mrs S Swift – Safeguarding and Pastoral Lead
Mrs C Clark – Assistant Headteacher, KS2 SEND and Behaviour Lead
Miss Z Miles – Early Years and KS1 SEND Lead
Ms D Barker – Pastoral Lead
Miss G Holcroft – HLTA / Nurture Lead
Mrs L Poole – TA3 / SEND and Behaviour Assistant
Mrs K Knox – TA3 / SEND and Behaviour Assistant
The team use a range of strategies, tools and resources to support children’s emotional health and well-being, they help to remove barriers to low attendance and reduce persistent absence. We also work in partnership with other providers and services to meet the needs of our pupils.
Members of the team work with small groups and individual pupils to support the development of positive attitudes and learning behaviours, and to support each child’s emotional health and well-being. Parents and children are supported through EHAT assessments, delivery plans and reviews.
Further details about our pastoral team can be found on our information leaflet/
If you would like to discuss the needs of your child with a member of our pastoral team please contact us on 01744 678250, or call into the school office.
Take a look at our latest news posts below
Today, some of our Y3/4 children represented us at a School Games dodgeball tournament. We didn't manage to come in the top 3, but the children worked so hard and worked really well as a team. They had the best time and really did us, District...
Families that may be struggling with money for food. You might be able to get help from a food bank. You'll need to be referred to a food bank. A good place to ask for a referral is St Helens Citizens Advice. Please call 01744 737866 or email:...
This half-term, 6 children from across Key Stage 2 competed in a Boccia tournament against local schools. The children thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon improving on their existing skills and learning new, transferable skills. The competition was also a...
Contact the school