SEND

SEND - WHAT WE DO ...
  
The Pilgrim School covers the whole of Lincolnshire and provides educational   support for children and young people with complex medical and/or mental  health needs which prevent them from attending school full time.  
  
All staff are appropriately trained and employ a broad range of skills and   engagement techniques to help children and young people recognise and   celebrate their strengths, overcome their difficulties, cope with their   medical/mental health condition, and re-engage with life-long learning.

                                                                  

We also work closely with multi-agency colleagues from Health, CAMHS and other teams within the County.

All pupils receive a personalised curriculum, and have an individual personal plan to support their learning and medical/mental health needs and individual interventions are planned and mentored by the SENDCo on a regular basis.

Where appropriate an application for an Education Health and Care Plan can be made in conjunction with Parents and professional agencies and is considered by at panel by the Local Authority. Annual review of the Education Health and Care Plans are held within an academic year with parents/carers and pupils and staff to review the EHCP and plan ahead.

See also link to;

SEND Policy 

Pilgrim School Local Offer 

SEND Information Report

Latest News

An Inspector Calls Trip - Message from Head of English & Humanities

It was a great trip; the performance was excellent and certainly gave us all food for thought; we got to see the beautiful York Minster from the outside and our pupils were an absolute delight – a credit to The Pilgrim School.

End of Term Trip to Mablethorpe for Louth Pupils

Nine go to Mablethorpe

On Thursday 19th July 2018, staff and pupils from Louth base went on an end of term trip to Mablethorpe.  The day started with a visit to the Seal Sanctuary where the staff and pupils enjoyed an informative walk around the grounds and learnt about the various animals at the sanctuary.  Whilst there we spotted a couple of unusual monkeys.

Two staff looking through like Cheeky Monkeys

 

Past Pupils Success!

We have been informed that two of our past pupils are doing very well in their Post 16 education.

One has just completed her AS levels and achieved A,A,B.

The second pupil that has left us a time ago, has now been accepted onto a Masters in Criminology.

We wish them well, and look forward to hearing more positive stories of past pupils.

 

Fantastic Start to the New Academic Year for all at Pilgrim!

The new academic year has started positively across all the Pilgrim bases with staff and pupils enjoying re-acclimatisation and settling activities aimed at reassuring, re-connecting relationships and forming initial connections and bonds for pupils new to the school.

Amber Hill base opened it's doors for the 1st time to pupils merging from our previous Boston and Sleaford bases.  Pupils and staff have had a fantastic day that has been helped greatly by the work staff put in to 'Get to know you sessions' prior to the summer, when pupils visited each others bases and took part in team building activities. Fantastic work folks!!!

1 one way - summer offer on CallConnect

CallConnect has a seasonal treat for young people throughout this summer's school holidays. The service is offering passengers aged 18 and under special £1 bus tickets for one-way journeys on pre-booked CallConnect services across the county from Saturday 21 July to Monday 3 September.

http://www.lincsbus.info/