SEND

SEND - WHAT WE DO ...
  
The Pilgrim School covers the whole of Lincolnshire and provides educational   support for children and young people with complex medical and/or mental  health needs which prevent them from attending school full time.  
  
All staff are appropriately trained and employ a broad range of skills and   engagement techniques to help children and young people recognise and   celebrate their strengths, overcome their difficulties, cope with their   medical/mental health condition, and re-engage with life-long learning.

                                                                  

We also work closely with multi-agency colleagues from Health, CAMHS and other teams within the County.

All pupils receive a personalised curriculum, and have an individual personal plan to support their learning and medical/mental health needs and individual interventions are planned and mentored by the SENDCo on a regular basis.

Where appropriate an application for an Education Health and Care Plan can be made in conjunction with Parents and professional agencies and is considered by at panel by the Local Authority. Annual review of the Education Health and Care Plans are held within an academic year with parents/carers and pupils and staff to review the EHCP and plan ahead.

See also link to;

SEND Policy 

Pilgrim School Local Offer 

SEND Information Report

Latest News

Dogs For Good - Family Dog Service for Parents and Carers of Autistic Children aged 3-16

Kate Easton - Training Department Support Officer @ Dogs For Good

I am writing from the Family Dog service at the assistance dog charity Dogs for Good. This service is for parents and carers who have a child with autism between the ages of 3 and 16, who are either looking at getting a dog or who want to train their own pet dog to help their child. The service consists of 3 workshops followed by unlimited email and phone aftercare.


 

London Trip - Educational Visit

An educational trip to London was organised and offered out to all pupils in base. It was an overwhelming success with pupils and staff indicating that they really enjoyed it and that they got a lot out of it. This has involved 40 of our pupils some of whom have never been to the capital. It had been an enormous undertaking and a huge thanks goes to CN and BL and everyone who pulled together to make it happen. It was simply brilliant to observe our young people meeting, travelling, sharing experiences etc. showing true resiliance and demonstrating how far they have come from their individual starting points with us.

Celebrating Success - News about past pupils!

A pupil MG, who attended the Louth group, has been in touch to pass on her thanks to the school as she has just been offered a place at Bristol University to study Criminology.

HB from the Lincoln base has been offered a place at Nottingham Trent University to study Music Production.

EB formerly of the Boston base is now a Case Support worker.

Well done everyone. News about past pupils is always the best news!

News about past pupils:

A pupil, CS, who attended the Lincoln base has been voted apprentice of the year at Lincoln College.

JJ from the Louth base is actively engaging in his placement.

KK, also from the Louth base, is successfully accessing his CLIP placement.

AS from the Sleaford base has successfully completed a work placement as part of her college course and this has led to her being offered a part time job.

Kinema in The Woods School Trip - Ralph Breaks The Internet

We had a very successful cinema trip with over 70 pupils and staff in attendance.  Pupils and staff were treated to a showing of 'Ralph breaks the Internet', the sequel to 'Wreck It Ralph'.  Everyone, of all ages, really enjoyed the film, even though some of the oldies did not understand what half of it was about!  The pupils were amazing and represented themselves and the school perfectly. 

Kinema in the Woods outside view