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Transdisciplinary Team Approach

At Ingfield Manor School our staff work collaboratively using a transdisciplinary team approach. This approach involves professionals sharing roles, with blending of skills, teaching and learning. The transdisciplinary team meets weekly and explores each student’s ‘journey’. We view each child and young person holistically and within the context of their family and environment.

The integration of our services provides a seamless approach and ensures that each student’s areas of development are optimised.
A range of staff form part of each transdisciplinary team around each student including:

  • Team members
  • Teachers
  • Conductors
  • Physiotherapists
  • Occupational therapists
  • Speech and language therapists
  • Nurses
  • Visual Impairment and hearing impairment specialist teachers

Our professional staff are on site and practice is firmly embedded within each classroom setting.

Our staff team have the skills and experience to offer excellent care, support and education to children and young people with a range of disabilities and complex needs including cerebral palsy, neurological motor impairments and allied learning needs.

We recognise that every child and young person is unique and develop at different rates and have different strengths and abilities. Our staff are trained to support specific needs and work closely with families and other professionals involved.