At St Breward Primary School, we have a highly dedicated SEND team with up to date training within a range of specialisms.
Mrs E Rowe, SENDCo, is available Mondays and Tuesdays to support your child within school, liaise with outside professionals, provide support and advice for yourselves and run interventions across the school.
Please follow these links for further information about St Breward SEND and also our Local Offer.
We have recently become a T.I.S (Trauma Informed School). A Trauma informed School is one that is able to support children and teenagers who suffer with trauma or mental health problems and whose troubled behaviour acts as a barrier to learning.
This means we are able to offer emotional and well being support to all pupils under a opt out format. All our staff are trained to provide emotional support to pupils as and when they need it. This may be through talking or through play/games. To find out more please visit our TIS page or contact either a member of staff.
If you would like to meet to discuss any concerns you may have or enquire about your child’s provision/progress, please do not hesitate to telephone the office to make an appointment. Alternatively, you can email Mrs Rowe on firstname.lastname@example.org . Please note this account is checked first thing every morning and should only be used as a means to contact Mrs Rowe about non-urgent matters.
If your concern is urgent, please ring the office and your message will be passed on to Mrs Rowe or the relevant member of staff.
Mrs Emily Rowe
SENDCO & Licensed TIS/Headstart Practitionersenco@st-breward.cornwall.sch.uk
I have been SENDCO at St Breward Primary for the past 2 years, prior to that I taught in Seahorses - years 3/4 then went on to lead the EYFS/ Turtles class for 3 years.
I have worked within Education for 12 years starting out as a SEND TA in a secondary school before deciding to train to be a teacher. I have always been interested in supporting people with SEND and have gained a comprehensive knowledge of needs over the years alongside valuable experience. I have been lucky enough to have experience working and supporting pupils within education up to KS4 (year 11). I am able to draw on my experiences, to not only support the pupils within their primary education but also with their transition into secondary education.
My aim within the MAT is to create a inclusive ethos supporting SEND where all settings work together in the best possible way.