Learning Support Information Evening

Learning Support Information Evening


Jeremy Turner
Jeremy Turner
Learning Support Information Evening

It was lovely to welcome so many parents and carers to our Learning Support Information Evening hosted in the Main Hall by our outstanding SENDCo Roa Dillon who is one of the key leaders in our school.

Overseeing one of the largest faculties at Bushey Meads, she was able to introduce some of her staff, many of them carrying important responsibilities within the faculty and also acting as the main focal point of contact for parents and carers.

She highlighted the important information on the website and spoke about links with external agencies in the local area that families can access for additional help.

At the end of the evening it was lovely to see so many families waiting around to speak to one another and also the staff at the staff.

Working together we aim to constantly improve the support we provide for all the young people in our care and are hoping as many parents and carers complete the questionnaire circulated at the start of the evening enabling feedback to be given.

Related Articles

Year 12 D&T off to a Flying Start!
Design & Technology

Year 12 D&T off to a Flying Start!

This term, Year 12 D&T A-Level students have been challenged with developing some advanced skills. Poppie, Vera and Ema have been upskilling themselves by learning how to...

Posted on by Niralee Pattni
SEND Arts Award trip to the Tate Modern
Learning Support

SEND Arts Award trip to the Tate Modern

On Thursday 4th April, a group of 5 students and 3 staff members travelled via the underground to Southwark to visit one of London’s most famous Art Galleries, The Tate...

Posted on by Hannah Bailey