Learning Support

Halliford’s highly experienced Learning Support Department is based in our brand new Woodward Building and consists of:

Name

Position

Mrs Philippa Peacock Head of Learning Support (SENCo)
Mrs Nicola Sessions Dyslexia Intervention Teacher
Ms Natalie Kritzinger Learning Support Assistant
Mr Henry Fuller Learning Support Assistant

We aim to provide students with the best possible opportunity to succeed academically whatever their needs or abilities.

Like all schools we have experience in supporting pupils with a range of additional needs, for example, Dyslexia; Dyspraxia, Asperger Syndrome, Specific Learning Difficulty (SpLD), Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD/ADD) as well as a variety of visual, hearing or physical impairments.

The majority of pupils at Halliford succeed without requiring any additional support, however for those who require a little extra support to reach their potential then we support them by providing:

  • Dyslexia Lessons+
  • 1-1 support in English or Maths+
  • Lunchtime support: touch typing, study skills, exam techniques, time management, organisation and revision skills
  • Individual support as required depending on their learning need+

+ The school may charge for additional 1-1 provision

Access Arrangements

Please see the Admissions Policy for information about access arrangements for prospective pupils with a disability or learning need.

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