We are a school which specialises with students with SEMH (social, emotional and mental health) difficulties. The school has over 45 students on roll ranging from years 4-11 (KS2-4).
At NeneGate School we will prepare our young people for their future, giving them the skills to think and act for themselves, the opportunity to develop personal qualities and values, thus allowing them to be prepared for adulthood.
Places are allocated through the Authority's Statutory Assessment and Monitoring Team (SAMs) and are for children with an Education, Health and Care Plan.
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Who to contact
Where to go
- NeneGate School
- PE1 5GZ
- Referral required
- Referral Details
The process of admissions to the school is led by The Local Education Authorities SEND Team. This team supplies information about the pupil to the school. Parents and carers are offered the opportunity to visit the school with their child. This provides an opportunity to discuss the provision we offer with a member of the senior leadership team. Over subscription will be dealt with by the local authority.
A place will be offered by the Head Teacher, provided there is a place available and the school can meet the needs of that student;
- In the appropriate year group.
- The school is able to meet need which has been specified on the pupil’s Education, health care (EHC) plan.
We employ specialist staff in the areas of behaviour (anger management and sensory) and academic interventions (dyslexia and phonics), Higher Level Teaching Assistants, team teach trainers, therapist and SENDCO (National Award).
We also run a Nurture Hub, this is an outreach support service offered to primary schools in Peterborough.
We have staff who have the following qualifications.
Staff have recently attended the following training:
Tourettes, Child Protection/ Safeguarging, Prevent, Team Teach, Leadership for Support Staff, Family Support, Safeguarding, Safer Recruitment, Self Harm and Suicide, Behaviour Management, Drink Drug Sense, NSPCC, Racism and Radicalisation, Anti Bullying, Bereavement Counselling, Parenting, Conflict Management, Child and Adolescent Counselling, Restorative Approaches, E- CAF, TEACCH (Autism) and Outcome Star, CiC Designated Teacher, Anger Management, Better Reading, Princes Trust, Lego Therapy, Emotion Coaching, Boxhall Training, Social Stories, Comic Strip Conversations, Mental Health First Aid, IGCSE , Access Arrangements, SALT, precision teaching, emotional literacy and supported spelling.
In house training: Autism, ADHD, Attachment, SEND Reforms, Foetal Alcohol Training, Safeguarding, Mindfulness, Phonics, Sensory Circuits.
- Contact Name
- Emma McMenemy
- Contact Telephone
- 01733 349348
SEND Local Offer
- Local Offer Age Bands
- 11 to 19 years
- Needs Level
- SEN Provision Type