My name is Emily Burrell and I am the Inclusion Lead at Lady Joanna Thornhill Primary School.
I am responsible for our whole school strategic approach to Inclusion and support various different groups across the school, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities, our children with English as an additional language and those eligible for Pupil Premium. I am part of the senior leadership team and am responsible for overseeing and leading the Inclusion Team, supporting them in the day-to-day delivery of our SEND provision. I also work closely with teachers and support staff to develop adaptive teaching approaches that meet the needs of all our pupils and ensures an inclusive culture across the school.
I have worked in education for over 9 years and have been a class teacher, SENCO and Inclusion Lead. I hold the National Award in SEND Co-ordination (NASCO) and also have a Masters degree in Transformational Leadership. In my role, I am passionate about ensuring we meet the needs of every child in our care and respect their unique talents and individual nature.
If you wish to arrange a time to see me, I can be contacted via the school office or via email email@example.com You can also often find me on the school playground at the beginning and end of the day.
My name is Alex Devlin, and I am the SENCo at Lady Joanna Thornhill Primary School.
I am responsible for the day-to-day operation of the school's SEN policy. I co-ordinate additional support for pupils with SEND and liaise with their parents, teachers and other professionals who are involved with them. I am also part of the Senior Leadership Team and contribute to the schools' strategic development with regard to promoting an inclusive culture where all children are able to succeed and fulfill their potential.
I have worked in primary education for over 15 years now. During that time, I have been a class teacher, a trainer for the NAS Earlybird Autism Course, a Language for Learning trainer and a Specialist Teacher. When not a SENCO at Lady J, I currently also work with the TES Institute as a Pathway Tutor for trainee teachers in the UK and overseas. Before becoming a teacher I worked as a Clinical Scientist and have a Masters Degree in Psychology. More recently I completed studying for a BDA Level 3 qualification in Dyslexia as part of a school strategy to develop our provision for children with dyslexia.
If you wish to arrange a time to see me, I can be contacted via the school office or via email firstname.lastname@example.org You can also often find me on the school playground at the beginning and end of day.
My name is Janey Read, and I am the Pastoral Support Mentor at Lady Joanna Thornhill Primary School.
My role is to help families with any problems they may have, either school related or personal. I can assist you in accessing relevant information provided by the school and support networks, or sometimes just to offer a non-judgmental, listening ear. I will ensure that all matters are dealt with in the strictest confidence.
I run one-to-one sessions with children across the school, promoting self-esteem, well-being and nurture and I also assist with monitoring attendance and the school health plans.
If you wish to arrange a time to see me, I can be contacted via email – email@example.com. You will also find me on the school playground at the beginning and end of day.