SEN / AEN

The Folkestone Academy aims to make all reasonable adjustments to the teaching and learning environment to ensure all students are able to reach their full potential.  Students at Folkestone Academy will have access to a broad and balanced curriculum, differentiated to meet the needs of all its learners.  Should a student require specific help we have a number of interventions that can provide targeted support.  We are an inclusive Academy and work with students and parents to help all to succeed.

SEN Team:

Cathy Alldritt Hayleigh Aird Jane Anderson Nadine Barnes

Cathy Aldritt

Hayleigh Aird

Jane Anderson

Nadine Barnes

SENCO

CIC Coordinator

AEN Learning Coach

AEN Teacher

       
Mary Brickell Peter Bris Debbie Catt Jo Davis

Mary Brickell

Peter Bris

Debbie Catt

Jo Davis

AEN Support Room Assistant

Billingual Support Assistant

AEN Assessment Coordinator

AEN Learning Coach

       
John East Nina Gerrard Sarah Greenwood Alice Gooding

John East

Nina Gerrard

Sarah Greenwood

Alice Gooding

AEN Teacher / Access Testing

AEN Support Room Assistant

AEN Administrator

AEN Learning Coach

       
Harriet Haynes Julie Hodge   Tyler Johnson
Harriet Haynes Julie Hodge Dee Howson Tyler Johnson
AEN Learning Coach AEN Learning Coach AEN Learning Coach AEN Learning Coach
       
Emma Jones Kate Knight Jade Lane Rebecca Mann

Emma Jones

Kate Knight

Jade Lane

Rebecca Mann

AEN Learning Coach

AEN Learning Coach

AEN Learning Coach

Specialist  Support  for PD Students

       
Lucy Palmer Jenna Parsons Melanie Pritchard IMG_9217

Lucy Palmer

Jenna Parsons

Melanie Pritchard

Rosanna Rovekamp

AEN Learning Coach for the Visually Impaired

Academy Nurse

AEN Learning Coach

AEN Learning Coach

       
Jackie Stockley TBC Jo Stokes Sandra Williams  
Jackie Stockley Jo Stokes Sandra Williams  
AEN Learning Coach Vulnerable Support Room  Manager Student Support Officer  

 

For more information on our SEN provision, click on our SEN Policy and Information Report 2016-2017.

llustration of support available within the Secondary phase of the Academy.