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SEN

"Pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities and those who are disadvantaged achieve well because of the good support they receive."

OFSTED 2017

Welcome

from the SEN team at Holy Trinity.

 

We hope you find the documents on this page useful. smiley

If you require any additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

SENCO - Mrs Fiona Williams

SENCO Assistant - Miss Nicola Olson

SEN Governor - Mrs Anne Southgate

For further information on Special Educational Needs at Holy Trinity, please read the leaflet below on our school offer.

Holy Trinity C of E Primary School SEN Offer

For more detailed information on provision for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) at Holy Trinity, please see the links below.

To find information on the Kent Local Offer please click the link below.

Useful Websites

 

You may find the following links useful for further information and help about Special Educational Needs and Disability.

Keeping Children Safe. 

 

Please find links below to other organisations that safeguard children and families in need. 

BOCCIA

 

Today, 4th July, 2018, three of our children went to an exciting Boccia tournament at Fairfield, Dartford. Eight schools competed in the tournament and our team came 5th. We were very proud. The boys that came were all so well behaved and we were very proud of their sportsmanship as they encouraged and congratulated other teams.

So what is Boccia? It is a precision ball sport , related to bowls. The aim of the game is to throw soft balls — coloured red or blue as close as they can to a white target ball, or jack. The jack is thrown first, then the first two regular balls are played (first, the player who threw the jack then the opposing side), after which the side furthest away from the jack goes next in an attempt to either get closer to the jack or knock the opposition's ball out of the way. In this fashion, each end will continue until one side has played all their balls, at which point, the opposing side will play their remaining balls. At the end of each round the distance is measured of the balls closest to the jack, and awards points accordingly — one point for each ball that is closer to the jack than the opponent's closest ball. The team/player with the highest number of points at the end of play is the winner. If both teams have the same number of points after all ends have been played, one additional end is played to determine a winner.

I think our team thoroughly enjoyed themselves and were presented a medal and a certificate. Well done Team HT!

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Boccia

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