Occupational Therapy and Sensory Integration Therapy

Occupational therapists are health care professionals who promote “health and wellbeing in people of all ages by assisting them to carry out the activities that enable participation in everyday life”. (College of Occupational Therapy 2009)

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Speech and Language Therapy

Your child will be seen individually or in groups to assess and develop all aspects of their communication.

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Music Therapy

Music therapy is an interactive and primarily non-verbal form of therapeutic intervention. It provides a process through which children can express themselves, become more aware of their feelings and interact more easily.

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Physiotherapy is given individually or in groups, to those children in the School by Consultant Paediatricians.

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School Nurse

The School Nurses are employed by Gloucestershire NHS Primary Care Trust and is part of the Public Health Nursing Team.

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Educational Psychology

The Educational Psychologist works within the classroom environment with teachers and professionals, observing learning behaviours and styles.

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Advisory Teaching Service

Specialist support for children with a hearing, visual or physical impairment or difficulties with communication, interaction, cognition, learning and behaviour.

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Contact telephone number is: 01242 525456

Additional Support

Additional support will be provided mainly by the Health Colleagues whose representatives will check your child annually or more frequently if necessary.

  • General Medical - Community Consultant Paediatrician
  • Dental Check - School Dentist
  • Hearing Test - Audiologist
  • Vision Test - Orthoptist

Parents are invited to meet the Paediatricians and School Nurse where this is considered necessary. It is important that you make every effort to be present as such appointments form an integral part of your child's assessment. You will be asked to indicate on your child's Fact Sheet whether you wish to be present at dental, hearing and vision tests.

All children are involved in programmes of personal health and social development, including feeding, dressing and toilet routines.

Personal, Social and Emotional Development forms an integral part of the broad provision of Health Education and is a major part of our work with children.

Some children may be referred to the Clinical Psychologist or the Community Learning Disabilities Team after discussion with parents.