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Early Help at Broadmeadow

 

Early Help Offer

 

This page outlines some of the support that can be provided within school as well as support available from external providers.

An overview of this can be downloaded as a PDF at the bottom of this page. 

 School Provision

  • Pastoral staffing structure that promotes support for all of our pupils and families. ‘Open Door’ approach via e-mail or call for parents/carers to ask for help when they need it.

 

  •    Whole child focus and ethos providing an environment where children feel secure, happy and confident and where relationships are built on trust, respect and tolerance

 

  •   Staff have had training in attachment and the impact of trauma which helps them to support the most vulnerable children. 

 

 

  • Our School environment and engaging curriculum provide the children with many enrichment opportunities and a variety of clubs and visits.

 

 

  • Premier Education Sports coaches to lead structured activities at lunchtime

 

 

  • We have additional interventions and assessments for children supporting their social and emotional as well as their educational needs including support offered by Malachi

 

 

 

 

  • Emotional Literacy Support Assistant and led groups and sessions  to support pupils with social and emotional wellbeing.
 

 

  

Within school our SENDCo, oversees our graduated approach to support as set out in the SEND Local Offer.

We use Provision Map to record provisions and to create Pupil Profiles and support plans.

CPOMs is used to inform support

External support is accessed at an appropriate time based on individual cases and needs.

 

   Outreach Support

 

  •  Community Connectors – in Selly Oak can be referred to by school with a focus on emotional wellbeing and improving a situation for the family by signposting to offer the support and advice they need.

 

Birmingham Educational Psychology Service offer support from the Complex Communication Needs Team

We can access the Pupil and School Support Service.

 

 

 

 

 

  • There are good links with our feeder schools and with the secondary schools when children leave Broadmeadow Junior School at the end of Year 6

 

 

 

 

  • The school nurse, Geraldine Goodhall, offers school access to NHS professionals such as Occupational Therapists and the Speech and Language Team as well as advice and support to parents/carers.

 

 Contacts

 

  

                                                         Support for Children, Parents and Carers

School Leadership:

Headteacher – Mr K Medway

Deputy Headteacher – Mrs A Hankinson

 

Inclusion Support team

SENDCo – Mrs C Elsmore

Designated Teacher - Mrs C Elsmore

Early Help/Family Support – Mrs R Finnerty

ELSA – Miss K Hackett

 

Safeguarding Team

Designated Safeguarding Lead -  Mr K. Medway

Deputy DSL  – Mrs R Finnerty

Deputy DSL  – Mrs A Hankinson

Deputy DSL  - Miss K Hackett

Deputy DSL – Mrs C Elsmore

 

Governors

Chair - Mr P Smiles

Safeguarding and Vice Chair - Ms. D Latham

Co-opted Governors –K Norman and H Hayhurst

Parent Governor – Mr S Bennett

Clerk – Mrs S Vernon

 

Attendance Overview

K Smith and K Medway

Attendance Officer

M Stephens

 

Pupil Premium Co-ordinator

Mrs A Hankinson

 

To contact anyone listed above please contact the school office: (0121) 4641717

enquiry@brdmedoj.bham.sch.uk

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