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Our Lady of Lourdes

Catholic Nursery and Primary School

Live, Love, Learn.

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‘I like everything at Our Lady of Lourdes!’
Year 3 Pupil
‘We were extremely impressed with the school, the facilities and all of the staff.’
Parent
‘My son had a great time at the Christmas party today; he misses his teachers and friends so much that he wants to come into school tomorrow and it’s the holidays!’
Year 2 Pupil
'As always you go above and beyond.'
Parent
‘I love all my friends and the teachers at OLOL.’
Year 1 Pupil
‘We are all part of God’s family and need to be kind to each other.’
Year 2 Pupil

ASD Provision

 

Welcome to the Team

 

ASD Provision Manager 

Mrs C McDermott

ASD Provision Teaching Staff

 

Miss McQuade    Mrs M. Hourihane-Jones     Mrs J. Jamieson   

 

TA3 Staff

Miss E. Hall   Mrs P. Sutton Mrs Napier

 

TA2 Staff

Mrs D. Billingsley

Miss A. Bennett

Miss K. Hannah  

Mrs J. Hargreaves

Miss H. Powell

Mrs J. Sweeney

Mrs R. Utterson

 

 

 

Our Lady of Lourdes is a very inclusive school. We are proud to have a SEND Provision as an integral part of the school. This consists of three Resourced Bases for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder; 1J, 2R and 2H. This is a twenty four place provision  Each Base consists of a class teacher, one full time HLTA and teaching assistants, to make up a high staff to pupil ratio.

 

The criteria for entry are:

  • The child has a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
  • The child has an Education Health and Care Plan.
  • We are able to meet the children's needs appropriately 

 

Our children are naturally very much valued as part of the whole school and are included as fully as possible in life at Our Lady of Lourdes.

 

We provide an environment that is safe, caring and one which promotes a meaningful, enriching and quality education. This helps each child to develop emotionally, socially and physically, as well, as academically.

 

The children are supported during lunch in classrooms or the dining hall and supported at playtimes and school assemblies by their specialist base staff.

 

Our classrooms are calm and low stimuli, with clear structure and visual cues.

The children have access to a quiet spaces and learning rooms in each class.

 

Part of our vision is to enable increasing independence and safe excursions to build resilience and we regularly take the children on Community Access to shops, the park, the beach etc., as well as going on many exciting and enriching school trips with them.  

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