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SEND at Millfield

 

We believe that ALL children, whatever their abilities, have an entitlement to an inclusive, accessible, broad and balanced curriculum tailored to their individual needs. Millfield School places great importance on meeting the needs of ALL children in the school and recognises that some children will require additional help to access the curriculum and to fully participate in learning.

 

If you have any questions or queries regarding SEND please contact Mrs Buck, our school SENDCO, on 01543 452513.  The following policies and reports provide key information about SEND at Millfield:

 

School Nursing Services

 

The School Nursing Service offers you help to support your children with many different problems. These problems may include:

  • emotional health,
  • growing up and puberty,
  • behavioural problems,
  • toilet training,
  • bedwetting.

 

The School Nursing Service has created workshops, webinars and blogs in all of these areas (and many more) that offer top tips and strategies that you can try at home. Providing access to the workshops and webinars in this way means that you can watch them at a time that suits you. If you feel that you need further help to support your child there is a phone number or a text number that you can use to contact someone on the Nursing Team directly.  If you would like the contact numbers and addresses click here. Please also get in touch with us at school if you would like to talk about any of the strategies that you have tried or if you have other worries that you want to discuss further. School's number is 01543 452513 and ask to speak with Mrs. Buck.

 

The blogs and webinars are on the parent section of the Health For Kid's website. Click here to visit this section of their website.

 

Below are some of the links to the areas that you may find helpful:

 

Understanding Your Child's Behaviour

Click here for the web page

Click here for the workshop

 

Supporting Children with Special Educational or Additional Needs

Click here for the web page

 

Understanding Your Child's Emotions

Click here for the workshop, Emotional Health Workshop: supporting your child's health and wellbeing. 

 

Toilet Training Workshop

Click here

 

Bedwetting Workshop

Click here

 

Adult Resilience Program

The School Nursing Service also delivers a program that helps adults to improve their skills to cope more effectively with challenging situations. The program shows you ways to help reduce stress and anxiety and improve self-esteem and confidence.

If you would like to take part in the 5-week program contact 01922 423349 or email wellbeing@walsallhealthcare.nhs.uk

The letter below gives you more details about the program.

 

Websites that you may find useful - click on the logo to visit the website

 

BBC Bitesize Parents' Toolkit

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities advice, resources, activities and support for you and your family.

 

 

NHS Health for Kids 

This website is full of useful information about physical and mental health for both children and parents. The adults' site gives advice on healthy bodies, healthy minds and health issues. The kids' site addresses themes such as health, fitness and illnesses.                                                     

 

 

SENDIASS

Walsall's  Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information and Advice Support Service (SENDIASS)  provides free and impartial support to children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND), and their parents and carers.

 

 

 

      Autism West Midlands

This website offers advice and support for families and carers of children on the autistic spectrum.  

 

 

 

 

ADHD Foundation

Get advice and guidance on helping your child manage problems and difficulties. This website offers support to young people and adults. 

 

                            

 

Young Minds

An A-Z that gives you advice on how to help your child with specific mental health conditions, and life events which might be negatively affecting their wellbeing.

This parents' guide provides information to some common mental health conditions, how children and young people can cope, and where to go to get help. Some of the themes covered include: anxiety, self-esteem, social media and gaming.

 

 

Facebook Pages - that offer information, interactive sessions and webinars.

 

 

              

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                             

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