Project ID - TIS001269
Support with Shared Education and SEN groups (Knocknagin PS and Desertmartin PS). Project Aims: To provide assistance with Shared Education lessons. To provide small group lessons for pupils on the SEN register.


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Project offered at

Knocknagin Primary School
MAGHERAFELT
BT45 5LE

Contact

Micheal McIver

Student Skills

Any

Expected Pupil Outcomes

The pupils will participate in Shared Education lessons and events and as a result they will work well in teams made up of pupils from both schools. The pupils with SEN that the student tutor works with will have increased numeracy and literacy skills.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

The student tutor will improve their confidence working in the school environment. Their written and oral communication skills will improve and they will also learn how to work as part of a team in the school environment. The project will also enrich their interpersonal skills.

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