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Inclusion Team

St. George’s is a safe, loving and happy school. Through our Christian values we aim to provide an aspirational and inclusive learning environment in which every child can light their spark, let their light shine and flourish. 

We aim to provide a friendly, nurturing and happy school in which each person is valued, appreciated and loved.

In addition to quality-first teaching, a series of interventions, programmes and systems ensure the rapid progress of all groups of pupils, including the most vulnerable. 

At St George’s, we believe strongly in the inclusion of all pupils in our care, regardless of their background, ability, language, gender, ethnicity, special needs or disability.

Our Inclusion Team is led by Mrs Jackie Vickers who is our Assistant Headteacher, Special Educational Needs and Disability Co-ordinator (SENDCO) and Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL).  She is currently studying towards achieving the National SENDCO Award during 2021-22.

Mrs Janet Hicks is our Inclusion Administrator and she ensures the smooth liaison between all our stakeholders from parents, school staff and outside agencies.

We also co-manage the contract for the hearing impaired children having gained the contract to do so from the Local Authority.  This very experienced Hearing Impaired Provision is led by Mrs Nicola Crellin as the Teacher of the Deaf and a team of highly skilled Educational Communicators.

All children at St George’s are supported by a vastly experienced team of Teachers and Teaching Assistants who work with our children on a daily basis to meet their diverse range of needs.

Links to:

  • Special Educational Needs click here
  • Hearing Impaired Provision click here

Privacy Policy

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This policy will be reviewed and updated versions will be posted on the website.

If you have any questions about the use of your personal information, the Information Commissioner is the independent regulator for both Data Protection and Freedom of Information.