At Seaham High School we have a belief that every child can succeed and achieve. Consequently our Intervention strategies are inclusive, numerous and extensive. At some point in their time at Seaham High School we envisage almost every child will experience intervention to support, motivate and encourage.
- Mrs L Whitehead – Assistant Head teacher – SENCO-Designated Child Protection Lead
- Miss B Brown –Competency Curriculum Coordinator/Competency teacher for KS3 and Foundation Learning Tier teacher for Years 10 and 11/Literacy Coordinator
- Mrs A Harrison- Competency Curriculum teacher
- Mrs J Curtis – Learning Support Assistant
- Mrs P Douglas – Learning Support Assistant
- Ms J Herbert – Learning Support Assistant
- Mr R Lax – Learning Support Assistant
- Mrs S Jones- Learning Support Assistant
- Mrs Jill Young- Learning Support Assistant
- Mrs Julie Hebron- Learning Support Assistant
Faculty Mission Statement/ Aims:
The Support Faculty believes in a fully inclusive education and aim to identify, provide and support all students with Special Educational Needs through their secondary education. The Faculty aim to remove the barriers to learning and ensure that all students make expected progress in their curriculum areas. It is our aim to equip students with the basic skills that are required for their future. We work to instil confidence, support the development of independent learning and encourage ambition in all our students.
Blue Pathway students follow the Competency Curriculum in Years 7, 8 and 9. The Competency Curriculum is a Curriculum that focuses primarily on the development of Literacy and Numeracy skills. This is taught through different themes, both termly and half termly and through different Curriculum areas. Students have the opportunity to access Humanities and Creative Arts subjects through their Competency Curriculum.
Blue Pathway students follow the Foundation Learning Tier in Years 10 and 11. Students study the Work Skills programme.
Key Stage 3 students in Years 7, 8 and 9 follow The Fresh Start Literacy Programme and Lexia to support basic Literacy skills.
Key Stage 3 students in Years 7, 8 and 9 access Accelerated Reader to support reading development.
Students homework each week that is linked to the Curriculum topics. Students should record their homework and deadlines in their school planner or use Class charts to ensure completion by the required day.
It is expected that all students make at least expected progress in each academic year, but our aim is to support students in exceeding their academic targets and broadening their horizons. We expect that all students try their very best, listen and act on advice and support given. Students need to complete homework and classwork by the deadlines given. Students are expected to be respectful of both staff and each other at all times.
If you have any concerns or queries about your child, please don’t hesitate to contact any member of the Faculty team. We are always happy to help. For particular concerns relating to Special Educational Needs, please contact Mrs Whitehead.
Mrs Whitehead on 0191 5161600 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org