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St Conor's Primary School, Omagh, Tyrone

Learning Support

At St Conor’s we recognise some children may require extra assistance to access the curriculum, and school staff work in partnership with children, parents and relevant outside agencies to ensure equality of access to all. When necessary, individual education plans are agreed upon which target specific areas in the child’s development. The child’s progress towards meeting these targets is carefully monitored and their progression supported by all involved in the child’s development.  Our school has established links with a range of external agencies to meet a wide variety of needs and our school building and grounds have disabled access.  Mrs Quinn, our full time teacher specifically for teaching children with additional learning needs provides support, on a withdrawal basis, for small groups of children in Years 2 to 6 who are experiencing difficulty with their work in Literacy.

Our Learning Support Teacher is also the Co-ordinator for Special Needs throughout the school (SENCo). She works closely with all class teachers and provides help and advice in the identification and support of pupils with individual needs. Our Special Needs Classroom Assistants work closely with the class teachers, Principal and SENCo ensuring that the needs of individual children are adequately met.

 

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25th Mar 2021
After all our Titanic research, P7 have been learning about what makes a boat buoyant....
 
 
 
21st Mar 2021
As we are celebrating St.Patrick’s Day this week our task was to learn...
 
 
 
21st Mar 2021
The pupils have been continuing with their well being activities. Their activity...
 
 
 
12th Mar 2021
Well done to everyone, who sent in their ' share a story' photograph for the World...
 
 
 
 

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