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Rouge Bouillon School Staff List

Headteacher – Mr Russell Price
Deputy Headteacher – Mrs Jess Doyle
SENCo and ARC Manager – Mrs Nicola McCreanney
Safeguarding and Wellbeing Coordinator – Miss Nykie Preece
Phase 1 leader – Mrs Lauren Symberlist

Nursery

Nursery Teacher – Miss Jade Orkiszewski
Nursery Officers – Mrs Donna Blandin, Mrs Amber Michael

Reception

Reception Teachers – Mrs Sarah Mason, Mrs Lauren Symberlist
Reception Assistants – Miss Stefanie Mendoca, Miss Dominika Nalichowska

Year 1

Year 1 Teachers – Miss Cassie Porter, Mrs Nikki Copsey
Year 1 Assistants – Mrs Sam Queree, Miss Natasha Brown, Miss Joanne Purdie

Year 2

Year 2 Teachers – Mrs Wendy Dumond, Miss Rachel Wilson
Year 2 Assistants – Mrs Debbie Pyne, Miss Steph Loughray

Year 3

Year 3 Teachers – Miss Scarlett Donovan, Mrs Jo Fernandes
Year 3 Assistants – Mrs Monika Dobrowlski

Year 4

Year 4 Teachers – Mrs Andrea Pearse, Miss Chantelle Liron
Year 4 Assistants – Mrs Fiona Fox, Miss Nicky Cornwell

Year 5

Year 5 Teachers – Mrs Helen Stuart, Mrs Julie Cudlipp
Year 5 Assistants – Miss Steph Loughray

Year 6

Year 6 Teachers – Miss Abbey Andrieux, Mrs Emma Gilbert, Miss Catarina Jardim
Year 6 Assistants – Mrs Lydia Le Coguiec

Cover – Mr Daniel Tostevin
PE lead - Mr Adam Lester
Music teacher – Miss Rebecca Stievenard
Wellbeing Support – Mrs Ali Russell, Mrs Vicki Robinson

ARC Team Leader – Miss Kathryn Neville
ARC Keyworkers – Mrs Hilary Rousseau, Miss Kerry Robinson, Miss Nikki Kirkland, Miss Fabienne Pingeon, Miss Katie Le Miere, Mrs Athena Glasgow, Miss Jessica Nobrega, Miss Rachel Lewis, Mrs Karen Hoy, Ms Joanne Queree

School Secretary – Miss Tracy Lee, Mrs Sue Gee
Caretaker – Mr Tony Scandrett
Crossing Patrol – Mrs Jo Civi

Lunchtime Supervisors – Miss Nicky Cornwall, Mrs Joanne Civi, Mrs Tracy Ashpole, Miss Clare Errais, Ms Steph Loughray, Ms Nicky Cornwell, Miss Marlena Askham, Mrs Maria King, Mrs Fatima Mondim

Jersey Premium

Aims

At Rouge Bouillon School, we believe that every child is entitled to having their individual wellbeing and learnings needs met within a supportive, enabling environment that stimulates aspiration and broadens horizons. Every child is developing socially, emotionally and academically; it is our responsibility to recognise and cater for their learning needs, wherever they are on this journey. Jersey Premium funding represents a significant resource to enable us to meet these aims and this policy outlines how we will ensure it is spent to maximum effect.

Background

The Jersey Premium is an initiative that targets extra financial resources at the education of pupils whose families’ income could qualify for support through the Social Security Department, therefore compensating for the current underlying inequalities which exist between children from contrasting financial backgrounds. The States of Jersey believe that all children should have equally good opportunities to thrive, irrespective of their family circumstances, and Jersey Premium is a significant tool to realise this.

Context

The strength of Jersey Premium is its flexibility as each school can tailor how it uses this resource to suit its individual context and the specific needs of its children. Although each child’s needs are different, there are also some common themes which can be addressed. Currently at Rouge Bouillon, our priorities are to:

1. Increase children’s access to the English language and widen their vocabulary
2. Further raise standards in teaching practice throughout the school to accelerate pupils’ progress
3. Improve children’s readiness to learn: ensuring their wellbeing and physical needs are met and that they attend school consistently and punctually
4. Increase pupils’ aspirations and broaden the opportunities available to them

Key Principles

By following the key principles below, we believe we can maximise the impact of our Jersey Pupil Premium spending.

Building belief

We will provide a culture where:
• staff believe that our pupils are capable of the highest standards
• there are “no excuses” made for underperformance
• staff adapt and think creatively to overcome obstacles to learning
• staff adopt, and support children to develop a “growth mind set” towards learning

Analysing Data

We will ensure that:
• All staff are involved in the analysis of data so that they maintain an awareness of strengths and weaknesses across the school
• We are aware of current research into best practice so that our efforts have the greatest impact on pupil learning.
• We plan interventions in such a way that its efficacy can be evaluated.

Identification of Pupils

We will ensure that:
• All classroom-based staff are involved in the analysis of data and identification of pupils
• All staff are aware of who Jersey Premium and vulnerable children are and what our collective responsibly is towards them
• All Jersey Premium children have their individual needs evaluated and receive support in meeting them

Quality First Teaching

The most significant factor in children’s progress is the quality of classroom practice employed by teaching staff. In order to ensure the highest standards, the leadership team will:
• Set high expectations
• Address any within-school variance
• Ensure consistent implementation of agreed practices
• Share good practice within the school and draw on external expertise
• Provide high quality professional development for all staff
• Maintain robust and accurate assessment and reporting procedures

Individualising support

We will ensure that the additional support we provide is effective by:
• Looking at the individual needs of each child to identify and address barriers to learning, whether they be through wellbeing, or purely academic
• Ensuring support staff and class teachers communicate as required to ensure that their input is timely, has a clear purpose and impacts learning
• Matching the skills of the support staff to the interventions they provide
• Developing the skills within the staff to provide for a wide range of support, basing staff training on the needs of the pupils

Monitoring and Evaluation

We will ensure that:
• A wide range of information sources are used, which may include: teachers’ assessments of progress against the curriculum, summative testing, scrutiny of pupils’ work, observations, learning walks, and the views of all stakeholders etc.
• Data is regularly and systematically analysed and the evaluations communicated and acted upon
• Assessments are correlated against each other and compared with other assessment from both within the school and from outside to moderate and increase reliability
• Teaching staff attend and contribute to pupil progress meetings each term
• Regular feedback about performance is given to children and parents
• Interventions are adapted or changed as required to maximise beneficial impact on learning
• The impact of Jersey Premium initiatives will be regularly reviewed and reported on to ensure that the resource is being used effectively

Key Staff:

Russell Price Headteacher
Jess Doyle Deputy Headteacher
Nykie Preece Jersey Premium Lead (and Safeguarding and Welfare
Co-ordinator)
Nicola McCreanney SENCo
David Mills Senior Leader in charge of Data recording and analysis
Vicki Robinson LSA with specific Jersey Premium focus
Ali Russell Wellbeing Support Lead

Additional Resource Centre Policy

Overview of ARC

The ARC (Additionally Resourced Centre for pupils with social and communication difficulties including autism) is our provision run within our mainstream school, Rouge Bouillon. We are a provision which supports an inclusive and whole school approach where our children access mainstream education that is tailored to their individual needs. Our highly skilled key workers work on a 1-1 basis with our children to support this engagement within a mainstream setting and tailor the learning and social experiences to each individuals need, be it academic, social or emotional.

Our approach is eclectic and ‘needs led’ in that we utilise a range of strategies to support our children and this is done on an individual basis. We believe that every child on the autism spectrum is unique with individual academic and sensory requirements. No single approach will meet the needs of all pupils on the autism spectrum.

“The notion of an ‘eclectic approach’ in which practitioners draw on a range of interventions and strategies to meet the needs of each child is widely adopted……choice of intervention and support needs to take into account of what is best suited to the child…” (Guldberg et al 2011).

We are flexible and adaptable whilst having high expectations for our pupils to reach their full potential.

Principles

The principles of our provision are;
• To provide access to an enriched curriculum tailored to each individual need of our children.
• To provide an inclusive and supportive environment for our children to further develop their emotional, social, physical and academic skills within a mainstream setting.
• To encourage independence and confidence in each individual’s ability.
• To work in close parent partnership and to encourage the important link between home and school.
• To provide a safe and secure environment for our children, and above all to provide a happy environment where all children are given the opportunity to thrive.

What are our aims?

Our aims within ARC are intrinsic to how we tailor the experience for our children supported through our provision. We acknowledge the triumphs and challenges that each of our children present and work as a whole school to ensure the appropriate support is in place.

We aim to provide access to a multi-sensory learning environment and input this into our children’s routine when necessary. We also believe in the importance of preparing our children for the future so alongside their curricular activities we also offer a range of life skills to develop their cooking skills, road safety skills and intrinsic daily responsibilities which will form part of their future development. We understand the importance of supporting their emotional and social skills so dedicate circle times throughout the week to ensure they are developing these skills and inputting them into their lives, be it in school and out of the school environment.

Our priority is to meet the needs of the children on an individual basis so that they thrive and reach full potential. Our key worker system works on a rotational basis where the morning is led by one key worker and the afternoon is led by another. This practice ensures each child has two different key workers which has shown many benefits in terms of attachment and flexibility of change, it also encourages peer worker and communication between staff which is fundamental in our setting.

We strive to ensure our children feel included and safe in their school environment. With our children being within the classroom throughout the day, we are enabling them to access the same as their peers and encourage them to work alongside each other. We do however have many differentiated techniques which are tailored to the individual to ensure each need is met. This can include a range of approaches.

Our Approaches and Strategies

• TEACHH workstations
• Occupational Therapy and Exercise programmes
• Speech and Language input
• Access to sensory rooms to support sensory sensitivities
• Access to quiet spaces
• Individual timetables which are presented through visuals, PECS, Makaton
• ICT based learning including access to Ipads
• Individual behaviour management including rewards and sanctions
• 1-1 activities and group activities
• Access to extra-curricular activities including trampolining, swimming, horse-riding.
• Peer support in Circle time to encourage emotional growth and development
• Life skills lessons to encourage independence with cooking, road safety and daily duties which will be involved in their future responsibilities
• Transitioning into other settings or year groups
• Home/school link books and close liaison with parents and other practitioners to ensure we are supported a whole and consistent approach.
• Closely tracking individual development in all aspects of learning and social need.
• Committed and skilled staff and supportive and critical professional development.

As an ARC we follow all of the Jersey guidance and policies for Special Educational Needs which includes the SEN Code of Practice and the Positive Behaviour Policy.

The Code of Practice is our guide to ensure that all of our pupils in ARC have up to date Records of Need, annual reviews and IEPs which are reviewed every half term. It also ensures multi agency involvement from Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, CAMHS and Educational Psychology where necessary as part of each pupil’s needs.

Following the Positive Behaviour Policy, all our keyworkers are MAYBO trained to deal with any situation in which a child may need physical assistance to remain safe. Some activities we undertake may inherently involve a degree of safety handling such as during horse riding, swimming and trampolining, and there may normally be a degree of non-restrictive gentle guidance of pupils, particularly those who find verbal communication challenging -this will always be in line with MAYBO guidance (Appendix 1). In cases where it can be anticipated that a pupil’s behaviours are going to necessitate additional physical intervention on occasions, we will develop a personal handling plan in conjunction with parents, and in all instances, parents will be informed if ever physical intervention has been required to keep a child safe.

As a pupil with Autism at Rouge Bouillon, what can I expect?

Within ARC and the whole school, it is important that our children understand what they can expect when they access our provision.
• To be offered the same opportunities as my peers
• To be treated equally but recognising my individuality
• To be offered consistent support from all staff who understand me and my needs
• A calm, safe, structured environment
• An education that is tailored to be purposeful and meaningful to me
• To feel included and understood
• To feel that I can have downtime if needed due to sensory overload
• To enjoy school and be happy!
• To have peers who are aware of autism and an acceptance through educating

Staff list

Rouge Bouillon School Staff List

Headteacher – Mr Russell Price
Deputy Headteacher – Mrs Jess Doyle
SENCo and ARC Manager – Mrs Nicola McCreanney
Safeguarding and Wellbeing Coordinator – Miss Nykie Preece
Phase 1 leader – Mrs Lauren Symberlist

Nursery

Nursery Teacher – Miss Jade Orkiszewski
Nursery Officers – Mrs Donna Blandin, Mrs Amber Michael

Reception

Reception Teachers – Mrs Sarah Mason, Mrs Lauren Symberlist
Reception Assistants – Miss Stefanie Mendoca, Miss Dominika Nalichowska

Year 1

Year 1 Teachers – Miss Cassie Porter, Mrs Nikki Copsey
Year 1 Assistants – Mrs Sam Queree, Miss Natasha Brown, Miss Joanne Purdie

Year 2

Year 2 Teachers – Mrs Wendy Dumond, Miss Rachel Wilson
Year 2 Assistants – Mrs Debbie Pyne, Miss Steph Loughray

Year 3

Year 3 Teachers – Miss Scarlett Donovan, Mrs Jo Fernandes
Year 3 Assistants – Mrs Monika Dobrowlski

Year 4

Year 4 Teachers – Mrs Andrea Pearse, Miss Chantelle Liron
Year 4 Assistants – Mrs Fiona Fox, Miss Nicky Cornwell

Year 5

Year 5 Teachers – Mrs Helen Stuart, Mrs Julie Cudlipp
Year 5 Assistants – Miss Steph Loughray

Year 6

Year 6 Teachers – Miss Abbey Andrieux, Mrs Emma Gilbert, Miss Catarina Jardim
Year 6 Assistants – Mrs Lydia Le Coguiec

Cover – Mr Daniel Tostevin
PE lead - Mr Adam Lester
Music teacher – Miss Rebecca Stievenard
Wellbeing Support – Mrs Ali Russell, Mrs Vicki Robinson

ARC Team Leader – Miss Kathryn Neville
ARC Keyworkers – Mrs Hilary Rousseau, Miss Kerry Robinson, Miss Nikki Kirkland, Miss Fabienne Pingeon, Miss Katie Le Miere, Mrs Athena Glasgow, Miss Jessica Nobrega, Miss Rachel Lewis, Mrs Karen Hoy, Ms Joanne Queree

School Secretary – Miss Tracy Lee, Mrs Sue Gee
Caretaker – Mr Tony Scandrett
Crossing Patrol – Mrs Jo Civi

Lunchtime Supervisors – Miss Nicky Cornwall, Mrs Joanne Civi, Mrs Tracy Ashpole, Miss Clare Errais, Ms Steph Loughray, Ms Nicky Cornwell, Miss Marlena Askham, Mrs Maria King, Mrs Fatima Mondim

Jersey Premium

Jersey Premium

Aims

At Rouge Bouillon School, we believe that every child is entitled to having their individual wellbeing and learnings needs met within a supportive, enabling environment that stimulates aspiration and broadens horizons. Every child is developing socially, emotionally and academically; it is our responsibility to recognise and cater for their learning needs, wherever they are on this journey. Jersey Premium funding represents a significant resource to enable us to meet these aims and this policy outlines how we will ensure it is spent to maximum effect.

Background

The Jersey Premium is an initiative that targets extra financial resources at the education of pupils whose families’ income could qualify for support through the Social Security Department, therefore compensating for the current underlying inequalities which exist between children from contrasting financial backgrounds. The States of Jersey believe that all children should have equally good opportunities to thrive, irrespective of their family circumstances, and Jersey Premium is a significant tool to realise this.

Context

The strength of Jersey Premium is its flexibility as each school can tailor how it uses this resource to suit its individual context and the specific needs of its children. Although each child’s needs are different, there are also some common themes which can be addressed. Currently at Rouge Bouillon, our priorities are to:

1. Increase children’s access to the English language and widen their vocabulary
2. Further raise standards in teaching practice throughout the school to accelerate pupils’ progress
3. Improve children’s readiness to learn: ensuring their wellbeing and physical needs are met and that they attend school consistently and punctually
4. Increase pupils’ aspirations and broaden the opportunities available to them

Key Principles

By following the key principles below, we believe we can maximise the impact of our Jersey Pupil Premium spending.

Building belief

We will provide a culture where:
• staff believe that our pupils are capable of the highest standards
• there are “no excuses” made for underperformance
• staff adapt and think creatively to overcome obstacles to learning
• staff adopt, and support children to develop a “growth mind set” towards learning

Analysing Data

We will ensure that:
• All staff are involved in the analysis of data so that they maintain an awareness of strengths and weaknesses across the school
• We are aware of current research into best practice so that our efforts have the greatest impact on pupil learning.
• We plan interventions in such a way that its efficacy can be evaluated.

Identification of Pupils

We will ensure that:
• All classroom-based staff are involved in the analysis of data and identification of pupils
• All staff are aware of who Jersey Premium and vulnerable children are and what our collective responsibly is towards them
• All Jersey Premium children have their individual needs evaluated and receive support in meeting them

Quality First Teaching

The most significant factor in children’s progress is the quality of classroom practice employed by teaching staff. In order to ensure the highest standards, the leadership team will:
• Set high expectations
• Address any within-school variance
• Ensure consistent implementation of agreed practices
• Share good practice within the school and draw on external expertise
• Provide high quality professional development for all staff
• Maintain robust and accurate assessment and reporting procedures

Individualising support

We will ensure that the additional support we provide is effective by:
• Looking at the individual needs of each child to identify and address barriers to learning, whether they be through wellbeing, or purely academic
• Ensuring support staff and class teachers communicate as required to ensure that their input is timely, has a clear purpose and impacts learning
• Matching the skills of the support staff to the interventions they provide
• Developing the skills within the staff to provide for a wide range of support, basing staff training on the needs of the pupils

Monitoring and Evaluation

We will ensure that:
• A wide range of information sources are used, which may include: teachers’ assessments of progress against the curriculum, summative testing, scrutiny of pupils’ work, observations, learning walks, and the views of all stakeholders etc.
• Data is regularly and systematically analysed and the evaluations communicated and acted upon
• Assessments are correlated against each other and compared with other assessment from both within the school and from outside to moderate and increase reliability
• Teaching staff attend and contribute to pupil progress meetings each term
• Regular feedback about performance is given to children and parents
• Interventions are adapted or changed as required to maximise beneficial impact on learning
• The impact of Jersey Premium initiatives will be regularly reviewed and reported on to ensure that the resource is being used effectively

Key Staff:

Russell Price Headteacher
Jess Doyle Deputy Headteacher
Nykie Preece Jersey Premium Lead (and Safeguarding and Welfare
Co-ordinator)
Nicola McCreanney SENCo
David Mills Senior Leader in charge of Data recording and analysis
Vicki Robinson LSA with specific Jersey Premium focus
Ali Russell Wellbeing Support Lead

School Data Report 2017

Additional Resource Centre

Additional Resource Centre Policy

Overview of ARC

The ARC (Additionally Resourced Centre for pupils with social and communication difficulties including autism) is our provision run within our mainstream school, Rouge Bouillon. We are a provision which supports an inclusive and whole school approach where our children access mainstream education that is tailored to their individual needs. Our highly skilled key workers work on a 1-1 basis with our children to support this engagement within a mainstream setting and tailor the learning and social experiences to each individuals need, be it academic, social or emotional.

Our approach is eclectic and ‘needs led’ in that we utilise a range of strategies to support our children and this is done on an individual basis. We believe that every child on the autism spectrum is unique with individual academic and sensory requirements. No single approach will meet the needs of all pupils on the autism spectrum.

“The notion of an ‘eclectic approach’ in which practitioners draw on a range of interventions and strategies to meet the needs of each child is widely adopted……choice of intervention and support needs to take into account of what is best suited to the child…” (Guldberg et al 2011).

We are flexible and adaptable whilst having high expectations for our pupils to reach their full potential.

Principles

The principles of our provision are;
• To provide access to an enriched curriculum tailored to each individual need of our children.
• To provide an inclusive and supportive environment for our children to further develop their emotional, social, physical and academic skills within a mainstream setting.
• To encourage independence and confidence in each individual’s ability.
• To work in close parent partnership and to encourage the important link between home and school.
• To provide a safe and secure environment for our children, and above all to provide a happy environment where all children are given the opportunity to thrive.

What are our aims?

Our aims within ARC are intrinsic to how we tailor the experience for our children supported through our provision. We acknowledge the triumphs and challenges that each of our children present and work as a whole school to ensure the appropriate support is in place.

We aim to provide access to a multi-sensory learning environment and input this into our children’s routine when necessary. We also believe in the importance of preparing our children for the future so alongside their curricular activities we also offer a range of life skills to develop their cooking skills, road safety skills and intrinsic daily responsibilities which will form part of their future development. We understand the importance of supporting their emotional and social skills so dedicate circle times throughout the week to ensure they are developing these skills and inputting them into their lives, be it in school and out of the school environment.

Our priority is to meet the needs of the children on an individual basis so that they thrive and reach full potential. Our key worker system works on a rotational basis where the morning is led by one key worker and the afternoon is led by another. This practice ensures each child has two different key workers which has shown many benefits in terms of attachment and flexibility of change, it also encourages peer worker and communication between staff which is fundamental in our setting.

We strive to ensure our children feel included and safe in their school environment. With our children being within the classroom throughout the day, we are enabling them to access the same as their peers and encourage them to work alongside each other. We do however have many differentiated techniques which are tailored to the individual to ensure each need is met. This can include a range of approaches.

Our Approaches and Strategies

• TEACHH workstations
• Occupational Therapy and Exercise programmes
• Speech and Language input
• Access to sensory rooms to support sensory sensitivities
• Access to quiet spaces
• Individual timetables which are presented through visuals, PECS, Makaton
• ICT based learning including access to Ipads
• Individual behaviour management including rewards and sanctions
• 1-1 activities and group activities
• Access to extra-curricular activities including trampolining, swimming, horse-riding.
• Peer support in Circle time to encourage emotional growth and development
• Life skills lessons to encourage independence with cooking, road safety and daily duties which will be involved in their future responsibilities
• Transitioning into other settings or year groups
• Home/school link books and close liaison with parents and other practitioners to ensure we are supported a whole and consistent approach.
• Closely tracking individual development in all aspects of learning and social need.
• Committed and skilled staff and supportive and critical professional development.

As an ARC we follow all of the Jersey guidance and policies for Special Educational Needs which includes the SEN Code of Practice and the Positive Behaviour Policy.

The Code of Practice is our guide to ensure that all of our pupils in ARC have up to date Records of Need, annual reviews and IEPs which are reviewed every half term. It also ensures multi agency involvement from Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, CAMHS and Educational Psychology where necessary as part of each pupil’s needs.

Following the Positive Behaviour Policy, all our keyworkers are MAYBO trained to deal with any situation in which a child may need physical assistance to remain safe. Some activities we undertake may inherently involve a degree of safety handling such as during horse riding, swimming and trampolining, and there may normally be a degree of non-restrictive gentle guidance of pupils, particularly those who find verbal communication challenging -this will always be in line with MAYBO guidance (Appendix 1). In cases where it can be anticipated that a pupil’s behaviours are going to necessitate additional physical intervention on occasions, we will develop a personal handling plan in conjunction with parents, and in all instances, parents will be informed if ever physical intervention has been required to keep a child safe.

As a pupil with Autism at Rouge Bouillon, what can I expect?

Within ARC and the whole school, it is important that our children understand what they can expect when they access our provision.
• To be offered the same opportunities as my peers
• To be treated equally but recognising my individuality
• To be offered consistent support from all staff who understand me and my needs
• A calm, safe, structured environment
• An education that is tailored to be purposeful and meaningful to me
• To feel included and understood
• To feel that I can have downtime if needed due to sensory overload
• To enjoy school and be happy!
• To have peers who are aware of autism and an acceptance through educating

Welcome to Rouge Bouillon Primary School

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