Our Partners...

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... are many and varied!

We are fortunate to have a number of partners who support our work…

Our most important partners are the parents and carers of our children and young people. They are the biggest experts in knowing and understanding them!

Our colleagues from the Transport Team are key partners too – providing a very important link between home and school.

Our partnership schools provide our pupils with opportunities to learn alongside their mainstream peers and access subject specialist teaching and facilities (see Mainstream Partnerships Page)

We access the full range of services provided by other professionals. On a daily basis we have in our school:

  • Specialist Nursing Team;
  • Physiotherapists; and
  • Speech & Language Therapists.

On a regular basis we access support from Occupational Therapists, colleagues from mental health services and social workers.

We are part of the SILCs Cluster – a collaboration of all the SILCs in Leeds that focuses on the well-being of children and young people with SEN and disabilities and their families.

We are a member of the Aireborough Learning Partnership – a cooperative trust amongst schools in the outer North West of Leeds. http://www.aireboroughlearningpartnership.co.uk/

The Area Inclusion Partnership is a collaboration of schools in the North West of Leeds with a focus on supporting vulnerable children and young people sometimes at risk of exclusion from school. http://www.nwaip.com/

We are a strategic partner of the Yorkshire Inclusive Teaching School Alliance. This supports the professional development of staff in schools. http://yorkshire-inclusive.org/

Guiseley Football Club, of the National League, is a keen supporter of the NW SILC and have provided our older students with a range of learning experiences. http://guiseleyafc.co.uk/

We provide facilities for SNAPS https://snapsyorkshire.org/ and the Aireborough Activities Scheme http://aireborough-scheme.btck.co.uk/

 

THANKS TO ALL OUR PARTNERS!