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St John XXIII Catholic Primary School Inspiring Faith in our Future

All about the Singh Suite

Introduction

The Singh Suite is named after a much respected former Headteacher of St John XXIII Catholic primary School, Mrs Pamela Singh.

 

The Singh Suite is a  12 place Enhanced Provision for children, age 3-7,   with an Education, Health and Care Plan. The pupils in the Singh Suite may have a  diagnosis of  Autism Spectrum Condition or they may have Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) and social communication difficulties and be awaiting a multi-disciplinary pathway.  The Singh Suite is run in collaboration with Queensmill School and our staff work alongside each other as a team. 

 

Intent

 

By the time the children leave the Singh Suite they will have developed a range of skills that will support their future development.

  • To be good communicators – so that each child can reach their full communication potential in the way that suits them.
  • To be enthusiastic lifelong learners in an environment which supports their learning and sensory needs and where they feel safe and secure.
  • To understand how to keep themselves safe in their communities
  • To develop their God given talents by learning and expressing themselves in their own unique ways.
  • To be independent, resilient learners who enjoy challenges and are ready to continue their education in a safe and nurturing environment.

 

The curriculum in the Singh provision is ambitious, broad and well balanced. We plan the curriculum carefully, with a clear learning sequence, to ensure new knowledge and skills are built upon. Our specialised approach, provides opportunities for children to apply their skills across the curriculum and ensures pupils are developing the skills they need to access learning. The provision places at  its heart, learning that is child centred with an emphasis on accepting the child for who they are and helping them understand and cope with the world around them. From this starting point, we are able to help children make progress in acquiring communication, social, academic and life skills.

 

Implementation  

 

 

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