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Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)


Welcome to our St Paul’s SEND web page

Here you will find useful information and courses on how to support you and your child’s journey.   You will see here at St Paul’s Catholic Primary School we are passionate about supporting all children in our setting and especially those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). 

If you have any questions regarding SEND please feel free to contact me –

Ms N Costanzo - Senco and Inclusion on senco@stpauls373.herts.sch.uk

(Monday, Tuesday and Wed am)

Online Courses for Parents

Occupational Therapy Service have more workshops running, please see details below:

Help support your 4-8 year old child with their motor skills – online sessions for parents - 21st Jan and 11thFeb from 10.30am to 11.30am
Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust occupational  therapists are putting on 2 online sessions for parents who would like to understand more about their child’s motor development and how to support this. The session will share information about the typical ages when children develop different motor skills. It will explain how to break down an activity such as pulling on a jumper into simple steps to help your child complete this independently. You will also get advice on activities and simple things you can do at home to support your child’s motor development. 

Booking and information here: 

Or here:
Thursday 21st January 10:30am – 11:30am https://tinyurl.com/y3pjzooj  
Thursday 11th February 10:30am – 11:30am https://tinyurl.com/y4duuqq3  

Positive Behavioural Strategies (PBS) events.

These two events are being put on by the team in Herts County Council as an introduction to PBS and will be carried out over Microsoft Teams.


Thursday 21st January 2021, 12.30 – 1.30pm (for family carers of those 18+)


Tuesday 26th January 2021, 12.30 – 1.30pm (for family carers of those 0-18 years)


To find out more and book a place go to: PBS event booking



Raising Resilience - FREE courses for parents and carers

Dear All

Please see below, information on a FREE course for parents and carers in Hertfordshire on raising resilience - Helping children thrive is more important than ever.


You want to support your children now and beyond the pandemic. You are a little unsure and know that your children will need resilience to deal with the uncertainty and bounce forward in the best way possible – and we’re here to help.

Raise Resilience has supported over 2,500 parents, up and down the country, since the start of the pandemic. So many of you have told us how useful, practical and worthwhile the course was.

I have to say that I think this course is terrific! Really useful from a parenting perspective of two very different children (one neuro typical and one ASD), and also hugely helpful from an individual perspective too!! I would love to see this course rolled out in my children’s respective schools as it would be so useful in an educational setting too.

Join six 1-hour sessions to explore and build your resilience and receive learning materials to use at home with your children.

They would love you to join the live sessions if you can, however if you are unable to, each session is recorded and available to catch up on-demand.

Fully funded by Hertfordshire County Council, FREE for 1,500 parents who live or work in Hertfordshire.


The direct webpage link: https://bounceforward.com/raise-resilience-hertfordshire-parents/


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