Far Far Away, Beyond the Word Mountains

 

Ms Bolton 

 

Ms Bolton

ASC Coordinator

 

 

 

Rebecca Marchant Daisley

 

Ms Marchant Daisley

ASC Coordinator

 

 

Ms Ayesha Choudhury

 

Ms Choudhury

ASC HLTA

 

Ms Christine Adem

 

Ms Adem

ASC Teaching Assistant

 

  Ms Photeni Charalambous

 

Ms Charalambous

ASC Teaching Assistant

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr Hogge

ASC Teaching Assistant

 Ms Monica Kyauka-Masawe

 

Ms Kyauka-Masawe

ASC Teaching Assistant

 

 

 

 Jennifer Sims

 

Ms Sims

ASC Teaching Assistant

Abigail Sturt

 

Ms Sturt

ASC Teaching Assistant

 

 

Andrea Watson

 

Ms Watson

ASC Teaching Assistant

 

 

 

 

 

 

       

 

ASC Support Overview

 

The ASC provision at Frederick Bremer provides an environment where all students feel included and accepted which empowers them to participate and make excellent progress alongside their peers.


Our offer

 

Our students are entitled to the following provision;

 

• Daily check in with a dedicated keyworker
• Supported break and lunch time activities
• In class support from a Teaching Assistant where appropriate
• Individual personal development curriculum to enhance life skills
• Weekly speech and language therapy
• Specialist interventions such as ‘Social Stories’
• Daily Clubs incl. Cartoon, Cooking and Lego Therapy
• Additional employability curriculum where appropriate
• Priority given to inclusion in whole school visits, events and clubs
• Guaranteed representation in whole school leadership opportunities and school council

 

Our specialist staff;

 

• Are fully trained and experienced in working with ASC students
• Work closely with teachers to support students in lesson
• Work closely with parents to provide highly personalized support


Educating the Whole Child - Our Additional Curriculum

 

Personal Development and Employability


Our aim is to ensure that all our students leave Frederick Bremer with the qualifications and skills they need to live happy and independent lives, to support this we offer;

• Morning ‘check-in’ to assist with organization and alleviate anxiety
• Fortnightly meetings with a  dedicated keyworker
• A half-termly action plan that supports students life skills
• Year 9 ASDAN personal development course
• KS4 Business BTEC course which support employability skills
• Work related learning such as Hair and Beauty and Music at William Morris School on a part-time basis.


Our specialist Interventions


Our students are supported with tailored support which can include;

• Sensory Room
• Weekly sessions with a qualified speech and language therapist or trained teaching assistant
• Social Story groups where students can rehearse new situations and manage their anxiety


Inclusion in Whole School Opportunities


We are committed to ensuring that our ASC students experience equal opportunities across the school – we are dedicated in providing;

• Representation on trips and visits including journeys abroad
• Representation on School Council and Prefect Programme
• Inclusion in KS4 Leadership Programme
• Contribution to pupil voice and whole school quality assurance programme

 

 


Rebecca Marchant-Daisley: r.marchant-daisley@bremer.waltham.sch.uk

 

 

Angela Bolton: a.bolton@bremer.waltham.sch.uk

 

 

School phone number: 0208 498 3340

 

 

 

Autism Support in Waltham Forest

 

http://www.autismsupport-wf.co.uk/links.asp

 

Waltham Forest Parents Forum, support and discussion for families in the borough:

 

www.walthamforestparentforum.com

 

Free Cinema tickets with CEA Card (Available for use at Empire Cinema, Walthamstow)
The CEA Card is a national card scheme developed by the Cinema Exhibitors’ Association (CEA) for UK cinemas. The scheme was introduced in 2004 and is one of the ways for participating cinemas to ensure they make reasonable adjustments for disabled guests when they go…

 

Telephone:023 9224 8545
Website https://www.ceacard.co.uk
Name: CEA Card
Address: PO Box 212
Waterlooville
Postcode: PO7 6ZN

 

Dimensions (autism friendly cinema)


We offer Autism Friendly Screenings at over 250 cinemas in partnership with Cineworld, ODEON, Showcase and Vue cinemas. Every month, each participating cinema shows a different film from a selection of new releases and classics including Pixar animations, Disney adventures and many more films suitable for all age ranges. What makes the screenings autism…
Website www.dimensions-uk.org/

 

Max Card - Waltham Forest


The Max Card is a discount card for foster families and families of children with additional needs. Families simply show their Max Card upon entry to a venue in order to obtain free or discounted admission. The scheme is designed to help these families save…
Website www.mymaxcard.co.uk


The Thomas Centre


Thomas Centre provides a holiday facility in a safe, secure and non-judgmental environment for disabled children and young people. Recommended by parents/carers of disabled children and young people in Waltham Forest.
Telephone:01507 363463
E-mailenquiries@thethomascentre.co.ukWebsite www.thethomascentre.co.uk

 

Motivate East – Sports Disability Partnership:


There are several disability sports activities for young people and adults in the borough that are open to residents.
For details on the Motivate East programme please contact the Sports Development team on 020 8496 3695 or email Bisi Owolabi.

 

Local Swimming pools which all host fun swims , swim for all and specific SEN/Disability swims:


Leyton Leisure Centre:
763 High Road
Leyton
E10 5AB


For swimming times, prices and more information please go to
http://www.better.org.uk/leisure/leyton-leisure-centre
or call 020 8558 8858
Leytonstone Leisure Centre Swimming Pool:
Cathall Road, Leytonstone, E11 4LA


http://www.better.org.uk/leisure/leytonstone-leisure-centre


or call 020 8539 8343


Waltham Forest Pool and Track (who host an SEN sports club on Sundays)


170 Chingford Road
Walthamstow
E17 5A

Leyton Green Respite Centre, London Borough of Waltham Forest


This much-used and essential site for disabled children started out with a small, underused back garden and a large car park, and ended up with a large garden area and a small car park. Who said there's no such thing as progress?
Director:  07968 783127
Email:  playgroundengineers@gmail.com
Address: Adventure Playground Engineers
Cody Dock
11c South Crescent
London
E16 4TL

 

All Ability Cycling


We have both an adults club and junior club running on alternate Saturdays.The adults club welcomes all abilities and has no upper age limit. On alternate Saturdays 1pm-3pm. The junior club is free to join for under 16s and is on alternate Saturdays 12-1pm. This…
Telephone: 0208 980 7998
E-mail: enquiries@bikework.org.uk
Address:
Victoria Park
Grove Road
London
Postcode:
E9 7DE

 

Grow Your Own Theatre


Grow Your Own Theatre is a place for young people (aged 3-19) in E17 to be creative to play, create and be themselves. We have performed at Arts and Crust cafe, The Rose and Crown Theatre pub and as part of the Street17 festival - and had lots of giggles…
Telephone: 0774 034 3240
E-mail: sarah@gyot.org.uk
Website: www.growyourowntheatre.co.uk/.../contact.html

 

Zinc


Zinc is an arts organization which exists to advance and promote the creativity, culture and heritage of disabled young people and adults and socially excluded groups, for the benefit of all. We strive to be a centre of excellence: - Generating 'pathways' within the arts…


Telephone:
01277 365 626


E-mail
heather.stradling@zincarts.org.uk


Website


www.zincarts.org.uk

Name:


Zinc

Address:
Great Stony
High Street
Chipping Ongar

Postcode:
CM5 0AD

www.walthamforestparentforum.com


Waltham Forest Parent Forum (WFPF) is a friendly, VOLUNTARY group of parents and carers of disabled children and young people aged from 0 to 25 in the London Borough of Waltham Forest.

 

walthamforest.childrensservicedirectory.org.uk


Child and Family Consultation Services (Mental Health Service, CFCS or CAMHS). The Child and Family Consultation Services (CFCS) are Waltham Forest's area based specialist mental health team providing support to children, young people and their families.

 

www.wfda.org.uk

 


Dyslexia support, training and screening for young people and adults in Waltham Forest

 

walthamforest.childrensservicedirectory.org.uk


The Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities (SFSC) programme is a community based programme specifically designed to promote some of the protective factors associated with 'good parenting'.


http://www.walthamforestparentforum.com/


Waltham Forest Parent Forum (WFPF) is a friendly, VOLUNTARY group of parents and carers of disabled children and young people aged from 0 to 25 in the London Borough of Waltham Forest.


http://walthamforest.childrensservicedirectory.org.uk/kb5/walthamforest/fsd/organisation.page?id=_ibM7VwD_2U


Child and Family Consultation Services (Mental Health Service, CFCS or CAMHS). The Child and Family Consultation Services (CFCS) are Waltham Forest's area based specialist mental health team providing support to children, young people and their families.


http://www.nasen.org.uk


Nasen is the UK’s leading organisation supporting those who work with or care for children and young people with special and additional educational needs and disabilities.


http://www.autism.org.uk/


Provide information support and pioneering services and campaign for a better world for people with Autism.


http://www.wfda.org.uk/


Dyslexia support, training and screening for young people and adults in Waltham Forest


http://www.youngminds.org.uk/for_parents


Offer free, confidential online and telephone support, including information and advice, to any adult worried about the emotional problems, behaviour or mental health of a child or young person up to the age of 25


http://walthamforest.childrensservicedirectory.org.uk


The Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities (SFSC) programme is a community based programme specifically designed to promote some of the protective factors associated with 'good parenting'.


http://www.signs4life.org/


Signs4Life is leading efforts towards a society in which deaf and disabled people have full access and are working hard to raise the public and political awareness of disability provision.


http://walthamforest.childrensservicedirectory.org.uk/kb5/walthamforest/fsd/organisation.page?id=l89kIbJ25yQ


LBWF Targeted Youth Support Service - This service brings together the following areas: the youth service, the teenage pregnancy service, information, advice and guidance services


http://kidshealth.org/


On-line information and resources for parents and young people in all areas of health.

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