Pupils at St Giles all have a physical disability, complex medical needs or complex speech and language difficulties in addition to their learning difficulties. However there are many children with the same physical, medical and speech difficulties that are able to access education in a mainstream setting. In the past these children may well have come to St Giles but now, in an inclusive society, they should be enabled to attend their local school with their siblings and friends. Staff at St Giles can support you to give you the confidence to meet these additional needs in your setting.
We provide this service free of charge as part of Croydon Special Schools’ outreach service. Support could include a visit to St Giles for a general tour or with a specific remit in mind, a visit to your school, a training session for staff or signposting to advice and support from other agencies.
Please phone or email the school office and a member of staff will get back to you to discuss your needs.
For further details please see attached document:
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