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Stronger together; creating better futures.
Recognising, nurturing and celebrating the uniqueness of individuals; enabling them to be the best they can at all times.
We aim to:
Gain knowledge, skills and understanding appropriate to a fast-changing world, so that we may be self-reliant and adaptable
Grow in confidence and independence and to experience the value of co-operation
Understand the feelings of others, to respect their values and to consider thoughtfully our own attitudes, values and beliefs
Develop an understanding of our national heritage and an appreciation for other cultures
Achieve our true potential and take pride in achievement while taking pleasure in the achievements of others
Interact with and take our place in the wider community
Treat all members of the community with respect, uphold the principles of equality in terms of race, gender, disability and sexuality.
Speech and Language Co-ordinator
Language Support Centre for Developmental Language Disorder KS3/4 (Years 7 to 11)
The Key Stage 3/4 Language Support Centre is designated for children with Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) as their primary need. All students require an Education Health and Care (EHC) Plan, to be considered at the Local Authority Panel for admission. They can be referred by their Speech and Language Therapist and Educational Psychologist. The Local Authority funds 10 places in the Key Stage 3/4 Language Support Centre at Tor Bridge High.
The centre delivers an individualised curriculum which includes:
Tor Bridge High has followed the ‘ Ican Secondary Talk’ and were accredited Universal Level in 2011. They were also awarded ‘The Shine a Light award’ in 2017 by the Communication Trust. There is a whole school approach to DLD and in house training is provided by the coordinator to all teaching staff.
Carmen De Pablo SENCO, Telephone: 01752 207886
Marina Breed Language Support Centre Coordinator, Telephone: 01752 207907
Availability: Referral required