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What specialist services and expertise are available at or are accessed by the school/college?

Handale Primary School has access to a range of specialist services to support its pupils.

The school employs a dedicated teaching assistant for pupils with SEND. This teaching assistant has a vast experience of working with pupils with moderate and specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia and dyscalculia. Whenever required additional support can be called upon from:

  • Redcar & Cleveland SEND Service
  • Redcar & Cleveland Educational Psychologist Team
  • Redcar & Cleveland Specialist Teaching Service
  • St. Peter’s RC Primary School Infant Assessment Class & Junior Support Base, Brotton
  • Redcar Child and Adult Mental Health Service
  • School Nursing Service
  • South Tees Hospitals Child and Adolescent Services
  • Redcar & Cleveland Visually Impaired Service
  • The LINK, Redcar (Emotional/mental health charity)

Please note that this list is not exhaustive.

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