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22/10/21

We hope you all have a relaxing half term break. We look forward to seeing you all back in school on Wednesday 3rd November. https://t.co/b2eRzCo4SU

22/10/21

Here are the new friends that Shark class made in their garden this afternoon... meet Trevor and Nigel! https://t.co/rXcAH0DE68

22/10/21

Retweeted From Valley Park School

The product of hard work from students at and our own scholars, who glazed them, we present an array of penguins, all produced this term! Well done everyone https://t.co/c3zefhLDte

22/10/21

Year 5 have been learning all about the Anglo Saxon ship burial at Sutton Hoo and on Monday we recreated our very own, complete with fallen King and buried artefacts! https://t.co/RFpFlOAm3N

21/10/21

Shark class were inspired by Sunflower art by Vang Gogh and Monet. They created their own pieces and were so proud of the result. Well done! https://t.co/P2X8xAz6BK

20/10/21

We are pleased to announce that the Diana Award has awarded us our Anti Bullying ‘Online Safety’ badge, to highlight the activities and campaigns we have done in school over the last academic year to raise awareness of cyberbullying and how to stay safe online. https://t.co/BkcfcF5DT6

20/10/21

In Science Seal Class consolidated their topic ‘Forces and Magnets’ by creating a game using magnets as a force. Their games included magnetic football, fishing, and mazes. They looked fab! https://t.co/nEtDDaleFg

20/10/21

Whales class were beginning their week on poetry by sorting vocabulary that will fit into the rhyming pattern! Our poetry will use this vocabulary when we start to draft it! https://t.co/QxbpXaTQZS

20/10/21

We would like to say a special thank you to George & Isabella for delivering their own Spanish assembly in front of the whole school and their families. It was lovely to hear how both of them have family links to Spain, as well as their favourite Spanish foods and phrases. https://t.co/s50QLqaffd

19/10/21

Year 3 handed over our Harvest donations to Jon from the Maidstone Salvation Army today and we are looking forward to working with them next term. https://t.co/6W8ERr61em

15/10/21

Congratulations to all our achievers this week! Year R - Leo B and Euan Year 1 - Dougal and Guy Year 2 - Rocco and Charlie Year 3 - Fletcher and Joe Year 4 - Dolcie and Aston Year 5 - Alex and Harvey Year 6 - Maddie and William https://t.co/j6fD7A7Am0

15/10/21

Keep it private! Only give your mobile phone number or personal email address to trusted friends. https://t.co/LnXM1C7Gpq

15/10/21

Keep it private! Only give your mobile phone number or personal email address to trusted friends. https://t.co/XjPJS4J3KA

15/10/21

Think before you send: whatever you send can be made public very quickly and could stay online forever. https://t.co/9aM38u0bSw

15/10/21

It’s never too early to think about Christmas! Some Yr5&6 children are working on a special singing project & have professionally recorded a song as part of a Christmas Carol competition. This is a little teaser but the finished record will be shared soon https://t.co/yr56uLwacX

15/10/21

Always respect others: be careful what you say online and what images you send. https://t.co/9vN2Y3XH6e

15/10/21

On Thursday, Stingray class took part in a workshop. The children demonstrated brilliant CPR skills and worked superbly together! A huge thanks to for the superb workshop; the children loved it & have learnt some hugely important life skills! https://t.co/8Img39i0qT

15/10/21

Always respond to any negativity with positivity if you are witness to unkind messages. https://t.co/Y8slOJxQgb

15/10/21

Save or screenshot any unkind comments or messages sent online to share with an adult. https://t.co/g5bLne8zfr

15/10/21

STOP THE PRESS!!! The Kings Hill’s Anti-Bullying Ambassadors are taking over our social media channels today to highlight their campaign to make everyone aware of cyberbullying and how to stay safe online! https://t.co/jjWwOtot5C

15/10/21

Thank you to our families that attended our showcase supper last night, it was lovely to finally show off our classroom displays and ‘art to start’ projects. A massive thank you to our Year 5 & 6 choir for performing too and Jacqui from Cucina for providing a delicious meal! https://t.co/NDG6yt41iS

13/10/21

A huge thank you to one of our parents for dropping of this very thoughtful care package for the staff room to help now cold season is here! The staff are now enjoying a hot lemon, ginger and honey drink! https://t.co/vhgMCf57K4

13/10/21

Whales have been solving problems which involve using the greater than and less than symbols. We have been recording our working out in different ways. https://t.co/GczR11d6Px

12/10/21

Starfish enjoyed their cool down in PE after a fun game of ‘Beans’ https://t.co/WttoCMVCJA

08/10/21

Thank you for wearing yellow today in recognition of World Mental Health Day, it was lovely to see the children so colourful and they all enjoyed a special assembly and activities about their emotions! https://t.co/OX44G7bLKV

08/10/21

Year 5 have been learning all about our Solar System as part of our Space topic. We have been working out the distances between each planet and using our knowledge of their orbits to create our own depictions of the planets in relation to the Sun. https://t.co/aVP6CRHM5k

07/10/21

We want to see a world where no young person feels alone with their mental health. tomorrow is an opportunity to show every young person that they’re not alone; they are valued and they matter. We would like to invite all children to come dressed in something yellow https://t.co/HkBtBdCosV

07/10/21

Whales have spent the morning planning their Florence Nightingale biography. We have used facts we know about her and sorted them under three subheadings! https://t.co/zTHAXf8Gx5

07/10/21

Sharks made marmalade sandwiches (Paddington Bear style) this morning! They worked through each step ready to write the instructions tomorrow. We all had a taste of the sandwiches together in the classroom and most of us really enjoyed them!! https://t.co/3pi0laFLQV

06/10/21

After the Harvest assembly this morning, Year 1 were delighted to share some autumn themed activities with parents during a stay and play session. Thank you for joining us! https://t.co/PIdpYsEgR5

06/10/21

There was an exciting delivery this morning for our Student Voice Leaders! Their new wooden badges signify the special status SVLT have in school. This team of students really are trailblazing our school development along with Mrs Guthrie and the other teachers. Congratulations! https://t.co/cbjd3jPQTJ

06/10/21

So excited to have 100% of families in Starfish connected on ClassDojo! https://t.co/fc666f6nLV

06/10/21

Thank you to those who attended our Stay and Play session. It is so nice to share our learning with our wonderful families. Linked to Article 28 RRSA https://t.co/Zl4GXTtdpI

06/10/21

During a Dance & Drama session at Yr6 learnt a routine from the hit West End Musical 'School of Rock'. To celebrate their achievement, they also performed to an audience of parents. What a brilliant day it was & what a superb group of children we have in Stingray Class! https://t.co/urfXsqIm5l

06/10/21

On Tuesday, Stingray class travelled over to to take part in a Creative Arts Workshop. During the Doodling session, the children were given brilliant drawing strategies to help them create awesome doodles - needless to say, Stingray Class absolutely loved it! https://t.co/H19MCWTqWS

06/10/21

A huge thank you to everyone who has donated to our Harvest collection this year. We are always so grateful for the support our community shows. All food will be taken to a local food bank. Thank you https://t.co/hpHwbsShXI

06/10/21

To celebrate , Mr Brazendale shared with the school the importance of the struggles associated with race equality. We explored the role of black men & women in History who have made such incredible steps forward in the pursuit of achieving equal rights! https://t.co/kg6gcvRkkU

05/10/21

Whales were helping each other to solve SPAG problems. We were working out what we could do if we spotted a sentence that started with an ‘and’. We were AMAZING! https://t.co/QugOa8JYIo

05/10/21

So excited to have 100% of families connected on ClassDojo in Penguin Class! https://t.co/fc666eOMUn

Specialist Resource Provision (SRP)

Valley Invicta Primary School at Kings Hill has an ASD Specialist Resource Provision (SRP) for children with an diagnosis of ASD (autism). The SRP is commissioned by the Kent and the Local Authority is responsible for deciding which children could be appropriately placed in our SRP, in consultation with us. The school receive consultation paperwork to review and decide whether the school can meet the pupils needs. A response must be sent within 15 days. 

Parents are invited to come and look around the school when looking at placement options for their children.Once placement has been agreed, a transition meeting will be arranged where parents will receive the welcome pack, a visual welcome pack for the pupil and a transition timetable will be arranged.The transition timetable is based on the individual pupils prior experience of school and their level of need.

If you would like more information about our SRP or the interventions we provide then please contact the school office on 01732 841 695 to speak to our Headteacher or SENCo/SRP Teacher. 

SRP Places

We have been commissioned 15 spaces for this academic year by the Local Authority for our SRP. 

We currently have 15 pupils on roll in the SRP across all year groups.  Staffing includes a lead SRP teacher, HLTA and Teaching Assistants who all have knowledge and expertise in working with children with Autism.

Pupils within the SRP need to show the potential to integrate into their mainstream classrooms.Levels of integration are dependent on the individual pupils, the subjects of interest to them and their prior school experience.We aim for all pupils to be included in all aspects of school life as well as in the classroom.This is includes after school clubs, assemblies, offsite trips and special events.

The Local Authority is responsible for placing children.  The school receive consultation paperwork to review and decide whether the school can meet the pupils needs.

Annual Reviews

Annual reviews are held for all pupils with an EHCP where progress towards outcomes, strengths and difficulties, levels of provision and interventions are discussed.  Pupils with an EHCP also have provision plan meetings in Terms 1, 3 and 5 to measure the progress towards their SEN outcomes outlined in their EHCPs. The meeting will also provide an opportunity to discuss provision and progress towards the agreed smaller targets based on their end of Key Stage Outcomes.

KCC Annual Review Information and Documents

Interventions

Interventions are based on those listed on pupils' EHCPs, these could be conducted in small group environments or on a one-to-one basis with an appropriately trained and qualified adult. 

Interventions are planned and conducted for an agreed period of time prior to commencement of the intervention. This is then reviewed for progress and impact at scheduled intervals. 

The range of interventions could include:

  • Social Skills
  • Zones of Regulation
  • Emotional Literacy 
  • Speech and Language 
  • Resilience and self-esteem interventions
  • Sensory Circuits
  • Well-being Check Ins
  • Lego Therapy

We also have a Wellbeing Wednesday lunchtime drop-in session for any pupils within the school that need some additional support.

 

Events

During Autism Awareness Week, the school participate in Penguin Pals day to develop their understanding of Autism and their peers within the school.It is also an opportunity to raise money for the National Autistic Society as well as the SRP.

This academic year, we have started monthly support coffee mornings for our Parents of pupils with ASD.  These are an opportunity for speakers to come and talk to parents and offer guidance and support as well as a chance to meet other parents.  We have also started creating a resource library of ASD and SEN books which parents, pupils and teachers can borrow for additional information and help.

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