Brooke School's Partnership With Rokeby Primary School
The Partnership between Rokeby Primary and Brooke School meets the needs of children with special needs, from the age of 2-7.
The children who would access this provision are most likely to have been in a mainstream school previously, but have needed a little more support. They might also be children who have been placed at a special school and who, with the correct support, would achieve well in a mainstream school.
It is important to notice that the child, at Rokeby Primary, would not have constant support, but the right targeted support at the right time. For example, they might have support in English Lessons, but not in PE.
Brooke School staff would be responsible for overcoming the 'barriers to learning' for the young person, and Rokeby Staff would be responsible for teaching the academic and vocational skills.
The children are fully included in the mainstream classes and are not withdrawn for any lessons, but rather supported in class to be successful
NOAH'S AT BROOKE
Noah's Early Years Centre is a new and exciting Early Years Centre for children with special needs in Rugby and the surrounding area. We welcome children of all ages, their siblings and parents/carers.
We offer a range of fun sessions covering sensory, physical, communication and social development. We also aim to help support families and siblings by offering a safe, secure and confidential area for everyone to come along, meet others and build vital support networks.
We offer a range of expertise in child development with many of our sessions run by professionals such as early years practitioners, occupational therapists and speech and language therapists.
We aim to:
Provide a safe and secure environment for children to build their early developmental skills and learn through play.
Create an inclusive environment for children to mix with other children and build early friendships.
Provide confidential guidance and advice from our professionals in early years development, speech and language, occupational therapy and family support.
Help with early intervention around early years development to help make a positive impact on the child’s future.
Provide a friendly environment for parents and carers to build support networks with other parents as well as professionals.
Act as a means of signposting parents and carers to other support they may be entitled to.