How are children with SEND supported with their emotional and social development and what measures are in place for listening to the views of children and young people with SEN to prevent bullying?

St George’s is committed to providing high quality PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education). and RSE (Relationships, Sex Education). We use the TenTen scheme to deliver PSHE and RSE sessions in a way that is underpinned by our Christian faith. These lessons promote open discussion and trust in safe adults when discussing sex and relationships. Where appropriate, children may also attend ELSA sessions to support their social and emotional development. These sessions are run by our trained Emotional Literacy Support Assistants (ELSAs). We are proud of the nurturing and inclusive ethos of our school and children are regularly given the opportunity to work collaboratively in mixed ability groups as well as occasionally working on projects with children from other year groups.

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