As we move to a new phase in these very uncertain times, we realise that many of you will be in schools continuing to work with our most vulnerable children.
Many of these children will find the uncertainty and loss of their normal routine and structure difficult to manage, and will be anxious about what is happening.
Although at present we are unable to carry out visits to schools, we are happy for yourself or your staff to contact us and we will try our best to offer support by email or over the phone: as always we will aim to respond to you as quickly as possible.
Obviously, until further notice, all face to face CPD led by our service is cancelled. We are currently delivering online training which you may wish to consider as an alternative. We will aim to rearrange the face to face sessions once we are back to normal.
The Primary Inclusion Team supports mainstream primary schools with early intervention for pupils with Social Emotional Mental Health (SEMH) needs. We do this through classroom observations, advice on effective strategies to enable children to overcome barriers to learning, SEMH Resources, CPD and training, pupil interventions and multi-agency working.
If you are concerned about the social, emotional or mental health needs of a child in your school, or have a child in your school at risk of exclusion, please complete a referral form to access support consisting of two classroom observations and supporting strategies.
Working together to improve outcomes for all
Acceptance of diversity across our Salford schools
Open and resilient to new approaches for our pupils
Setting high expectations, striving for the best
Building positve relationships based on mutual understanding
Honesty, integrity and reliability between professionals