Promoting life long learning through quality of education, respect and equality for all
Promoting life long learning through quality of education, respect and equality for all

Agency Support

At KTS Academy, we are wholly committed to 'the individual rights of the child', and aim to promote outstanding equality of opportunity.

 

Children across the school are fully included in all activities and school events. With the support of outside agencies, clinics and specialists, our personalised approach to learning ensures that every pupil is taught how to develop their communication skills and interact with one another so that, for example, pupils on the autistic spectrum thrive in equal measure to other pupils.

 

Whole school and departmental assemblies provide an opportunity to share and celebrate the success of individual pupils.

A lot of dedicated people are needed to make a school function in the best possible way. This page provides details of some of the organisations and bodies that support the school management in the continuous development of KTS Academy.

LD CAMHS

The Learning Disability Child Adolescent Mental Health Service ( LD CAMHS) provides support for children and young people up to the age of 18 years and their families, where the child or young person is experiencing significant mental health problems or complex needs, in addition to their learning disability. The Community Team provides specialist assessment, diagnosis and intervention for children and young people with a learning disability, for a range of complex problems, where universal services are not able to meet the child or young person's needs.

 

Please click on the link below for more information.

Redcar CAMHS

Redcar CAMHS work together to promote a sense of wellbeing, by helping children and young people up to the age of 18 and their families to cope with any difficulties they may be experiencing.

Please click on the link below to find out more. 

Speech and Language Therapy (SALT)

Speech and language therapists are involved in the assessment, diagnosis and management of communication and swallowing disorders. Children are usually seen in their school or nursery. SALT work with children from birth to 19 who have difficulties with speech, language and communication or swallowing.

 

Please click on the link below for more information.

School Organisations

Kilton Thorpe Friends Association

The Friends' association represents and supports parents in their concerns. They carry out various projects that we are unable to able to carry out on our own, for example raising funds and holding out-of-school events.

 

Treasurer:

Brenda McCabe

 

Chairperson:

Lyndsey Garbutt

 

Vice Deputy:

Rachel Stevenson

 

Secretary:

Linda Stevenson

Student Council

Our thriving student council comprises pupil representatives from across the school and encourages pupils to believe that, by voicing their ideas and opinions, they can make a difference and bring about change. The opportunity to raise funds for charities, as well as the chance to engage with local schools, community groups and residential homes in a wide range of activities, also encourages a sense of belonging and strengthens pupils' confidence and self-esteem.

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