Who's Who

Ysgol Pen Coch Staff

Strategic Development

Designated Child Protection Officer

Lead 1st stage Pioneer Schools :Leadership  & Curriculum

Creative Arts Lead ;Auditory Integration therapist.

Ange Anderson

Head Teacher

Assistant Head Teacher (P/T 4days)

                                  Foundation Phase (F.PH) Lead

                                     Curriculum Lead

                      Pioneer Lead for  2nd stage : Curriculum

                                        Class 2.5days

Debra Shaw 

F.PH

Acting Assistant Head Teacher

                                Key Stage 2 ( KS2) Department lead

                                 Assessment Lead

                            Pioneer Lead for  2nd stage : leadership

                              Neuro-feedback therapist 

                             Class 3days

Julian Lewis

KS2

 Middle Management Team

Sian Edwards- HLTA

(Health and Safety) Nursery 

 

 

 

 

 

Emma Hayes- HLTA

(Manual Handling)Pool manager

Bernadette Dowridge -HLTA

( Behaviour)Leadership cover

Deb Astle -HLTA

(CPD & Parent Partnership)Leadership cover

Collette Smith-Aldouis- HLTA

(Communication& Inclusion )Leadership cover

Rebecca Conway

(ASD co ordinator) Teacher KS2

Chris Mason

(Therapies Lead) Teacher/Therapist 

Teachers - Key Stages

Sian Griffiths

F.PH

Laura Clements

F.PH

Lynne Harkin

F.PH

Heather Lawson

F.PH,

       Hazel Hughes                    

F.PH

Vicki Ferguson

KS2

Keelie Parry 

KS2

James Murphy 

KS2

Samantha Stenhoff (temp)

KS2

ADMINISTRATION

CATERING

SITE MANAGER & Caretakers

PREMISE STAFF

Hazel Breckon(Finance)

Carol (servery)

Geoff Lund
(s/m for YPC)

M. llman

Helen Peers (Administration)

Corinne Dobson(senior MDS)

Peter Turner
(Ysgol Pencoch)

C Picken 

Marie Gould

(Administration)


MDS Staff

 

 S Williams

Alison Henrys

 (School Meals & DBS) 

M. Davies

S Jones

 

J. Jones

 

S.Gittins 

 

Z.Williams 

 

T.Strong

 

 

 

M . Forster

 

 

 

M.Hopwood 

 

 

Teaching Support 

Teaching Assistants (Level 2 )

Teaching Assistants (Level 1) & 1 to 1 support

 Sarah Flavell
 Julie Cousins, Jo Wooley,
Ceri Joy, Sharon Jones, Bethan Gould, Gavin Shakespeare,Sue Price,Helen Wilson, Miranda Phillis, Martina Reyes,Amanda Randall-Jones

  
Sophie Worral, Sarah Evans . Karen Adamson
 Karen Shepherd, Katie Duppa,
Sharon Williams, Bev Taft, Mandy Houston, Grace Chatterton,Karen Gilsenan, Karen Shepherd,Dawn Hopkins, Deb Jones,Sophie Tulley,Julie Fallows, Tamsyn OBoyle, Michelle Roberts, Rachel Sewell,Natalie Brown,

Haf Loftus, 

 

Breakfast Club  & After School Provision

BC Manager  

Chris Mason 

ASP Manager

Mo Robinson 

INCLUSION SUPPORT: Colette Smith-Aldous

I.S Assistant:         Christopher McGlade

Parent Partnership : Deb Astles 

Other School -based Therapists

Julie C , Natalie B,Sue P : Rebound Therapy

Julie F: Vibroacoustic Therapy

Chris Mason : Therapeutic Music & RDA

Emma Hayes : Hydrotherapy

Carol Anderson : Hydrotherapy assistant

Collete Smith-Aldouis: Makaton, SLT programmes, 

Hazel Hughes : Therapeutic Art & Play

Lynne Harkin: Tac Pac; Story massage

Martina Reyes: Venture into Play

Gavin Shakespeare :Lego-based therapy

Haf Loftus : Magic therapy

Health 

School Nurse and Health Care support workers
The school nurse is responsible for the medical needs of the pupils within Ysgol Pen Coch, which may include enteral feeding and the administration of prescribed medication, which is kept under lock and key. The school nurse attends feeding clinics and medicals when required. She works closely with parents. In addition the School Nurse must ensure that correct guidelines and staff training is carried out regularly to ensure that any health care procedures carried out in class or when on trips are performed to the highest standard.  They act as advisors to the school team with regard to the medical welfare of individual pupils and liaise closely with parents and carers.  The School Nurse is in close liaison with the Paediatricians, Paediatric Community Nursing Team, GPs, Dentists, and the School Medical Officer.

 VISITING PROFESSIONALS

A wide range of other professionals visit Ysgol Pen Coch on a very regular basis.  They are called upon to act as specialist advisors within their own specific area of expertise.

Occupational Therapy
The Occupational Therapist (OT) works closely with class staff and physiotherapists to find appropriate positioning and seating to encourage the highest level of function as possible. She also liaises with the local wheelchair service to monitor wheelchairs and organise clinics, which are run at Ysgol Pen Coch. The OT assesses hand function and other aspects of daily living skills such as bathing, toileting and feeding, both in school and at home, on pre-arranged home visits. The OT works with other professionals on feeding assessments.

Educational Psychologists
The school accesses the Flintshire Educational Psychology Service on an individual needs basis.  All new Early Years pupils  usually will be seen by an Educational Psychologist as part of the formal assessment process.

Teacher Advisor
We have contact with the teacher advisers of the Visually and Hearing Impaired who assess pupils with visual and hearing impairment and who act as advisors to teaching staff.

School Doctor
Weekly visits are made to Ysgol Pen Coch by the School doctor for medical examinations, advice and general medical support.  Pupils have a medical check-up and  the School doctor presents a report as part of the  process.

Community  Nursing Team and CIDs team
We are fortunate to have a range of community nursing facilities open to us.    Parents may request advice or the school may make a referral on a variety of subjects such as sleeping problems, family anxieties, difficulties with siblings and other similar subjects

Dietician
The community based Dietician visits school regularly to provide advice to the teachers, parents and School Nurse on the children’s’ specific nutritional requirements.  She liaises with the Speech and Language Therapist and specialist doctors to hold a feeding clinic in school on a regular basis.

Orthotist
Regular visits are made to Ysgol Pen Coch by the Orthotist to assess and provide footwear and appliances.

Dentist
Regular visits are made to Ysgol Pen Coch by the dental service who are able to advise parents of treatment considered necessary for their child.

Wheelchair Clinics
Wheelchair clinics are held at least monthly with the Wheelchair Service. These include reviews and multi-disciplinary assessments involving the pupils and their parent/carers in the decision making. These can be challenging to ensure that the complex needs are met in the most effective way for all concerned. In addition the therapy team provide regular checks on equipment in order to identify mechanical deficiencies or additional requirements.

Doctor             Nurse

Tara                                     Cath 

Occupational and Physiotherapists

Chrisiana  Priya,  Adam,Anna

Speech and Language

Liz, Yvonne, Sionedd, Emma

Dental

Alison

Last modified: Saturday, 8 April 2017, 5:49 PM