At Haydock English Martyrs we value each and every child and strive to meet the needs of all through a rich and varied curriculum. If you are concerned about your child or feel that they have a special educational need or disability, please speak to their class teacher in the first instance. Extra support is provided by Mrs Webster, the SENDCO, Mrs Gokoglu, the Learning Mentor and Mrs Burns the member of staff responsible for medical needs.
Below are links and contacts that may be also be helpful.
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Local Authority Newsletters and Information
Further information can be found at www.sthelens.gov.uk/schools-education/sen-the-local-offer/
|SEND Newsletter June 2017||[pdf 538KB]|
The Language and Social Communication Service (LASCs)
Carers Trust and Young Carers Information
More information can be found for St Helens Young Carers at www.sthelensyoungcarers.org.uk or by telephoning 01744 677279.
|Carers Trust Invitation Flyer November 17||[pdf 103KB]|
|Invitation Flyer June Carers Trust||[pdf 102KB]|
Further services and contact details.
Mentally Healthy Schools
Mentally Healthy Schools brings together quality assured information, advice and resources to help primary schools and parents understand and promote children's mental health and well-being.
IASS (information Advice and Support Service).
Provides impartial and confidential information and support to children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities and their parents/carers.
Confidential helpline 01744 673428.
Offer advice and support pre, during and post diagnosis to families living with conditions including autism spectrum disorder, HFA, sensory processing difficulties, ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia and dysgraphia.
For further information can be found at www.addvancedsolutions.co.uk or by telephoning 01744 582172.
Speech and Language.
Paediatric Continence Service.
Telephone 01744 626701
Offers support and advice to parents and children in St Helens.
The Bridge Centre.
Offers support and advised to parents of children in Nursery settings.