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The Beeches Primary School

The Beeches Primary School

    Social, Emotional & Mental Health


     
     

    For some children and young people, difficulties in their emotional and social development, can mean that they require additional and different provision in order for them to achieve. Children and young people who have difficulties with their emotional and social development may have immature social skills and find it difficult to make and sustain healthy relationships. These difficulties may be displayed through the child or young person becoming withdrawn or isolated, as well as through challenging, disruptive or disturbing behaviour. A wide range and degree of mental health problems might require special provision to be made. These could manifest as difficulties such as problems of mood (anxiety or depression), problems of conduct (oppositional problems and more severe conduct problems including aggression), self-harming, substance abuse, eating disorders or physical symptoms that are medically unexplained. Some children and young people may have other recognised disorders such as attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD), attachment disorder, autism or pervasive developmental disorder, an anxiety disorder, a disruptive disorder or, rarely, schizophrenia or bipolar disorder.

    CHUMS Duty Line

    To offer support and guidance to CYP, Parents and professionals during this trying time. The drop-in service being offered is a virtual drop-in where contact is offered via telephone. The clinicians who usually facilitate our drop-ins have been placed on the Duty Line Rota which will be regularly reviewed. These members of staff have experience in working with and supporting Parents / CYP / Families with their concerns.

      Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

    9-11am

    Karen Martin

    07958283935

    Sam Frearson 07538230749

    Kate Dorward 07538230754

    Sam Carrier 07538230731

    Sam Frearson 07538230749

    3-5pm

    Heather Simlo

    07538230746

    Sam Carrier 07538230731

    Heather Simlo

    07538230746

    Kate Dorward 07538230754

    Karen Martin

    07958283935

     

    How can I raise concerns about my child's progress? 

    You should talk to the child’s class teacher as a first point of contact who will, if necessary, arrange for you to speak with the SENCo.

     

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