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SEND - Kingfisher

Our Vision

At Livingstone we aim to deliver a high quality education for all our pupils.  We are fortunate to have a team which is dedicated to ensuring that pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) receive the very best support to achieve their potential.  We have many teachers with specialist skills and experience.  All staff  keep up to date with current methods of teaching and resources.

Kingfisher

At Livingstone we have a special resourced provision for children with autism, we call it Kingfisher. which includes an assessment provision for pre-school children aged 3 and above, with on-going diagnosis of ASD.  Our Kingfisher Nursery forms part of Early Years Foundation Stage and provides placements for 12 children: 6 in the morning from 8:45-11:45 and 6 in the afternoon 12.15-3:15 - 5 days a week. 

Our Kingfisher Resourced Provision provides for a small number of children with a diagnosis of Autism from nursery to year 6. The children have access to a specialist setting with highly qualified and experienced staff. They have access to appropriate mainstream classes in line with their individual abilities and needs.

The provision was opened in 2001 by Jane Asher, patron of the National Autistic Society.  

In addition to high quality teaching from specialists in autism we also provide speech and language therapy, occupational therapy and music therapy on site. 

The children have access to a softplay room, sensory room and their own playground all designed to meet their needs.

Contact our SENCos, Mrs Ferdenzi or Miss Nicholson, through the school office email - office@livingstone.barnetmail.net

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The Local Offer

The Local offer gives children and young people with special educational needs, disabilities and their families, information about what support services the local authority expects will be available in their local area.

SEN Information Report 2017-18

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