The class teacher has overall responsibility for the pastoral and social care of every child in their class; therefore, this would be the parents’ first point of contact. If further support is required the class teacher can liaise with the Inclusion Manager/SENCo for further advice and support. This may involve working alongside outside agencies such as the Multi-Agency Behaviour Support Team (MABS) and Mental Health Support Teams (MHST).
Medina Primary has one ELSA (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant) who works under the direction of the Inclusion Manager/SENCo. She works with vulnerable children during the school day.
We follow a Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) curriculum.
More information about supporting your child’s well-being at home can be found on the Parenting Support page.