Learning Support

St Paul's has a thriving and successful Learning Support Department which supports a range of difficulties from specific learning difficulties to moderate learning difficulties, physical difficulties and behaviour.  There are also three specialist provisions, delivered in partnership with the local authority, within the Learning Support Department and mainstream setting: Visual Impairment, Hearing Impairment/Deaf Provision and The Communication Department (Autistic Spectrum Disorders).

About Us

All pupils are integrated into the everyday life and teaching of the school but may be withdrawn for specialist intervention depending on need. If you'd like to see who works in the Learning Support Department and have a look at our facilities we've produced a photo booklet. You can see this here.  

We've also created a video to introduce you to the Learning Support Department. You can watch it here 

To see St Paul's Local SEN Information Report and Milton Keynes Council's Local SEND offer please click on the links on the right.

SEND is on Facebook - you can find them here http://www.facebook.com/mksend 

To find out more about SEND Information, Advice and Support Services (SEND IAS) please click here. To find out about the help and advice that SEND IAS can offer during the coronavirus crisis please click here.

Transition Plus Visits

We regret that we are unable to run transition plus visits due to COVID-19 and government restrictions. We are still intending to begin whole school transition week beginning 28th June subject to the government's roadmap going ahead.

SEN Department Parent Tours For Year 5 Parents

We are pleased to be able to offer socially distanced tours of our SEN Department for Year 5 parents. The tours will take place on 11th, 18th and 25th June from 9.30am - 10.30am. Masks will need to be worn (unless you are exempt). To book your place and to receive further information about the tours please email Joanne.Miller@st-pauls.org.uk.

SEND NEWSFLASH!

The MK SEND Team have been working closely with schools to identify the provision in place for pupils with an EHCP which has also included a risk assessment. Parents/carers can access this information here.

Frequently Asked Questions

We've produced a series of FAQs about the Learning Support Department. Please click on the links below:

Learning Support FAQs

Learning Support Comms FAQs

Learning Support HI FAQs

Learning Support VI FAQs

 

 

 

 

 

 

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