DSPL7 team support
DSPL SEND LEADS
Elaine Bridle and Laura Hussey
The role of the DSPL7 SEND Lead is to assist all educational settings in the area to provide quality SEND provision. This could involve visits, observations, solution focussed consultations, staff meeting presentations, attendance at parent coffee mornings etc. They also organise and run the SENCo forums, small SENCo cluster groups , new to role SENCo group and the TA/LSA network.
To request support from the Primary SEND Lead, email elaine.bridle@ dspl7.org.uk, and for the Secondary SEND Lead, email firstname.lastname@example.org
POST 16 TRANSITION WORKER
Our Post 16 Transition worker supports students in Y11 with SEND, but without an EHCP, to find the right pathway after school. This could include 6th form, T Levels, Level 1 and 2 college courses, Employment or an Apprenticeship. Schools can refer students who will need additional support to make these next steps.
Send completed referral forms to email@example.com
DSPL7 SEND FAMILY WORKER
Our family engagement worker supports families who may be struggling to manage challenging behaviour at home often related to ASD and ADHD. Clare works alongside the family workers within St Albans Plus and Harpenden Plus Local School Partnerships.
Schools can refer to Clare by completing the referral form below and emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org
DSPL7 KS3 MALE MENTOR
Our KS3 mentor supports neurodiverse students in Years 7-9 with with a range of issues. Interventions usually last for half a term and include support for behaviour, attendance, relationships with peers/ staff and engagement with learning.
Referral forms should be sent to email@example.com