Providing educational support

Over 500 pupils benefitted from educational support services

Norwood supported over 500 children and young people through our integrated educational support packages, providing a multi-disciplinary menu of services, flexibility and covering a range of special educational needs and disability.

Hasmonean is proud of its association with Norwood. By running the BTEC Work Skills courses, they have provided an essential service for students that would usually have left the education system. With their help, our students have had a productive time in the sixth form and have gained the skills that will help them in their future endeavours. We are looking forward to further collaboration.

Stuart Fink, Assistant Head Teacher, Hasmonean High School, Barnet

 

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Norwood enhanced its education services

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We offered school consultations for early identification of need with our education psychologists; joint speech and language therapy and occupational therapy screenings; specialist services for children with autism, dyslexia and dyscalculia; therapeutic groups for children with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties; whole-class early years support; and BTEC qualifications in school for sixth-form and key stage 4 pupils with additional needs.

Staff want you [Norwood’s Senior Educational Psychologist] to come back … they thought you were fab. They said they could have listened to you (and of course the content!) all day long!

Diane Frainer, Head Teacher, York Road Nursery School, Herts.

 

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Norwood worked in over 60 schools and supported 550 teachers

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Norwood’s education support services offered therapeutic and specialist teaching programmes to children with special educational needs and disabilities in over 60 schools and delivered specialist and whole-school training and advice to 550 teachers in 52 Jewish schools.

Thank you again for all of the advice and for being so perceptive and getting to the root of the children’s difficulties so quickly.

Ruthanne Sireling, SENCO, Avigdor Hiirsch Torah Temimah Primary School, Brent

 

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