My name is Mrs Mason, I am the Special Needs Co-ordinator at LPS. If you have any concerns about your child or their progress, please contact me so that we can meet up and discuss how we can meet your childs needs and get to know each other.
firstname.lastname@example.org tel: 01531 632790
Please note, I work Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday but if you leave a message via phone or e-mail, I will get back to you as soon as possible.
Statement of Intent
Ledbury Primary School is an inclusive Values Based School. Our vision and values are at the core of everything we do. They underpin our teaching and learning and provide an environment which prepares all our pupils as confident, happy citizens, irrespective of their individual educational needs.
Our Vision: "Determined to Succeed"
At Ledbury Primary School we will all:
As part of the 'Children's and families Act 2014' every provider for additional needs is required to give a summary of what it can offer to help support and care for pupils that may require additional support in school. This is known as the 'SEN Information Report'.
Please click and download the link below for details of what we offer as a school and further details about who best to contact if you have any further queries or questions.
Services available through Herefordshire Council can be found in their ‘Local Offer’ at;
MindEd is suitable for all adults working with, or caring for, infants, children or teenagers; all the information provided is quality assured by experts, useful, and easy to understand. They give adults who care for, or work with, young people:
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(The children sometimes call it Rainbow Reflex Therapy!)
As a school based on Values Education, our approach is to work holistically with pupils, considering the whole child. At times, we all need a little extra help to support our wellbeing and at Ledbury Primary School we are now offering Functional Reflex Therapy (FRT).
The FRT concept was developed by Lorraine Senior, a Reflexologist and qualified teacher, working for over 20 years in both mainstream and special educational needs environments supporting pupils and families.
The primary intention of the positive touch therapy is to encourage relaxation ‘in the moment’ where regular sessions may:-
. Reduce stress and anxiety
. Relieve tension
. Help improve mood
. Encourage social interaction
. Generally support individual wellbeing to prepare for ongoing learning.
The FRT techniques are drawn from Reflexology to deliver a short repetitive rainbow routine while sitting in a reclining chair, purely for the aid of relaxation. The trained Reflexologist, Sara Valve, will deliver the flowing, linking moves using her hands, fingers and thumbs to specific reflex points and areas on the feet and lower leg or hand and forearms.
Sara also offers the children self-help techniques for them to use on their hands. This can prove very beneficial to the individuals in between FRT sessions, as they gain more understanding their own bodies and tools to aid their wellbeing.