Inclusion Resource at Moorthorpe
WISENDSS in partnership with Moorthorpe Primary
You’ll find a warm welcome in our Inclusion Resource at Moorthorpe Primary School.
- Our Inclusion Resource doors are open from September 2021.
- We are a small specialist school setting for children with who need additional support to access mainstream education through a specialist nurturing approach for their emotional needs.
- The children have social, emotional and mental health needs and often have some communication and interaction needs.
- We aim to help children return to their local mainstream school (or another mainstream school of the parent’s choice) for the secondary phase of education, if not before.
- Come from across the Wakefield district
- Are aged 5-11
- All have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP).
Children to learn and develop skills so that when they grow up they can:
- Get the best qualifications possible
- Live independent lives
- Have a job that they are happy with
- Function in society
- Have friends and relationships
- Be safe
- A specialist environment that has been redesigned for children with SEMH.
- Lessons in a mainstream school, the resource classrooms or a mix of both.
- Specialist interventions and support (e.g. Blob Trees, Five Point Scale, anger management or social communication groups).
- Support from specialist staff.
Teacher in Charge
Senior Specialist Learning Support Officer
Specialist Learning Support Assistants
- Children’s support is provided by specialist staff from Wakefield Inclusion and SEND Support Service (WISENDSS).
- They specialise in social, emotional and mental health needs as well as SEND more broadly. The staff are managed by the WISENDSS specialist leadership team.
- Typically, parents request a resource place via an EHCP Annual Review (or early annual review).
- Admission is open only to children in school years Reception to Y5.
- Admission to the mainstream school is not a route to accessing the resource. This is because the route to a placement in the resource can only be via a student’s EHCP.
Children move on to other appropriate schools. This is may be at the end of Y6. If a child is ready, it may be sooner.
The next school may be a:
- Local mainstream school
- Specialist SEN school
Get in touch
- Email: email@example.com