Year 2 parent.
When you send your child to school you want them to be happy, make friends, learn, progress and be supported well in that journey. When you have a child that has a learning style or behavioural issue that is different from the ‘mainstream’, these become even more important and I can honestly say that the SEN department at St Joseph’s has been approachable, inclusive, supportive and I feel like they actually care about my child and want the same things I want as a parent. I feel my child’s voice and ours as parents is listened too seriously. I feel they are trying to do more than they can to include a personalised learning plan that helps my child to grow and progress.
Year 4 parent
I cannot describe the difference in my child since coming to St Joseph’s, she is absolutely thriving, you are all brilliant, thank-you.
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