There will be a parent information session in school on Wednesday 23rd May 2018 so we can share information, strategies and approaches that we use in school. Parents and carers are invited to attend and will be signposted to various sources of information to support the family. This will also be a fantastic opportunities for parents and carers to become aware of the many programmes we use in school to support our pupils with social learning challenges.
Liverpool F C have opened a new sensory viewing room for football matches at Anfield for individuals with disability to access. To register your interest for tickets please email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click on the link below to learn more…
Please see the attached list of free advisory sessions that are running across the city in the spring term 2018. These sessions provide support and advice for parents and carers of children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders. No need to book, just turn up at the time and on the date stated.
Drop in Advisory Clinics 2018 (1)
Our staff have all received training in the Social Thinking approaches. We believe that Social Thinking helps our pupils to increase their social awareness and to manage their emotions. All classes are learning about feelings and how they can change their feelings so they are in the best frame of mind to learn and interact successfully with others.
You can learn more about Social Thinking at…
Miss Carroll, Mrs Menagh and Mrs Cushing were delighted to attend the EMTAS awards in September 2017. We were the first primary school to be awarded the SIL John Cole Award for Inclusive Practice. The award ceremony took place at the Town Hall.
The Isabella Trust is offering a number of free training sessions for parents that take place during the school day. The training involves learning about Autism, Sensory Processing Difficulties and other Special Educational Needs. Please see their website for details.
Our Special Education Needs and Disabilities Information report has been reviewed and contains useful information regarding our provision for pupils with SEND.
SEN Information Report 2017-2018
We are proud to announce that we are an Inclusion Flagship School and have retained the title for the next academic year after our recent re-assessment. The report highlights the wonderful inclusive ethos at Whitefield Primary.
Whitefield Primary School Review – May 2017
Our Inclusion Manager Natalie Menagh is giving a talk at the 2017 Autism Show in Manchester on the 30th June 2017. Her talk will cover early intervention and collaborative working between school and parents.
The Hub: Theatre 1
Our wonderful new Yoga Booklet written by one of our pupils has been published and is ready to give to any pupil who is starting Yoga!