St Bernard’s School is situated in Louth and is close to many local amenities and learning opportunities within the community. The school caters for students aged from 2-19 and serves a wide catchment area, including the east coastal strip. It serves almost the whole of this rural county and caters for a wide range of additional needs and associated learning difficulties.
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Specifically around supporting children on the autism spectrum who have sleep challenges. This 5 week course will look at the importance of sleep and resolving sleep issues using a behavioural approach. Parents and Carers will be support to explore: The impact of sleep deprivation Sleep disorders Physiology of sleep Using and interpreting sleep diaries Sleep hygiene Triggers for sleep issues including environments Sensory issues Promoting a calm bedroom The cost of the course is Free although we would welcome any voluntary contributions to support the continued running of the program. Places are limited and are avaialble on a first come, first served basis and runs from 10am to 11.30am each Tuesday. Please contact Tania by email at email@example.com
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To be a centre of excellence through provision that a uses innovative and effective techniques in educating and supporting outstanding lifelong learning.
Within LWF we have separate School Councils for both St Lawrence and St Bernard’s sites. The School Council consists of students from across each site, who have been nominated and voted onto the Council by their peers. The Council meets several times across the year. Their role is to act as the students’ voice in ensuring suggestions are brought to the leadership team. The School Council are also encouraged to explore solutions for issues raised through their meetings.
Drawn on Friday 16th, the raffle made £300 towards the outside area fund for St Bernard’s School. Dylan said “I am really pleased with the amount, I would like it