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Further Useful Information

Further useful information

 

Starting and Finishing Times

 

  • Early years sessions are from 9.15 until 11.45 two mornings each week
  • Key Stage One sessions are from 1.15 until 3.30 four afternoons each week

 

Transport

 

LEA transport is provided for children in the Key stage one group from their home school to the Speech and Language Workshop parents are expected to collect their child at the end of the afternoon. Transport is not usually provided for children attending the early years groups.

 In exceptional circumstances it is possible to apply for additional transport. Applications need to be made to the SEN section.

 

Clothing

 

Children attending the Speech and Language Workshop wear the uniform of their home school or the clothes that they normally wear. Clothes should be comfortable and practical and clearly named.

 

Snack time/Cooking

 

Each session has some time set aside for a drink and some fruit. This an important time in which children are encouraged to make verbal choices and is an opportunity to use social language. The Speech and Language Workshop takes part in the national fruit for schools scheme. Parents pay £3 a term towards the cost of drinks and cooking items.

 

Behaviour

 

As far as possible the Speech and Language Workshop adheres to the schools behaviour policy except all behaviour issues are dealt within the Workshop. Children are never given time out outside the classroom

 

School Policies

 

As far as possible the Speech and Language Workshop has adopted the policies of the school. Those of particular importance are as follows:

 

  • Medical Policy
  • Sun Safety Policy
  • Toileting policy
  • Data Protection Policy
  • Health and Safety Policy
  • Equal Opportunities Policy
  • Fire Policy

 

These can be viewed at any time. Please ask a member of staff.

 

Attendance and Punctuality

 

Your child will only benefit from the service that the Speech and Language Workshop offers if they attend regularly. We have close links with the children’s home schools and monitor attendance carefully. Persistent non-attendance without a valid reason may result in the pupil’s place being withdrawn.

 

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