At Hayle Academy we aim to create a positive and supportive environment for all pupils so that they achieve success.
As an inclusive school, Hayle Academy removes barriers to learning and participation, provides an education that is appropriate to pupils’ needs, and promotes high standards and the fulfilment of potential for all pupils.
Hayle Academy are proud to report another set of amazing results for our 2023 Year 11 students who on early indications achieved almost 1 grade above national standards for students with SEN across all their subjects with a positive P8 score of 0.20.
Nurture team working together in the Great Egg Saving test.
Special Educational Need Team:
SEN Team at Hayle Academy
James Woodward (Strategic SENCO)
Cameo Woudberg (Operational SENCO)
Vicky Hicks (Assistant SENCO)
Zeta Penrose (Outdoor Education and ASDAN Lead)
Kim Skidmore (Literacy and Dyslexia specialist)
Kara Bawden (Maths specialist & ASD Champion)
Bev Spence (Mental Health & Wellbeing specialist)
Naomi Thomson (ARB Lead)
Emma Short (ARB Teacher)
Hayle Academy SEN priorities for 2023-24:
Priority 1: Develop our new SEN centre called ‘The Towans’ which will further join our SEN team and the ARB at Hayle Academy.
Priority 2: Further expansion of outdoor education with the creation of our own in house Forest School and outdoor classroom.
Priority 3: Further expansion of our literacy and numeracy interventions to ensure all students are readers and all students are numerate.
Priority 4: making Education, Health and Care plans more effective by using Evidence for Learning.