Primary Hearing Impairment Hub
What is a hub?
There are many hubs in different schools across Peterborough. In our school we have the Peterborough Primary Hub for pupils with Hearing Impairment. Our hub has two roles:
- To support other schools
- To support a small number of pupils who may find that they need communication support, due to a hearing impairment, to access the learning opportunities in a mainstream school.
To find out more about the different hubs see the education page of the Peterborough Local Offer [https://fis.peterborough.gov.uk/kb5/peterborough/directory/localoffer.page?familychannel=8-6&loboolean=1].
What do we do at Middleton?
We work with specialist services, to provide pupils with appropriate and individualised support, so that all pupils feel they belong and are fully involved in school life. Hub staff support the pupils to access all areas of learning and many extracurricular activities.
For other schools and professionals:
We offer training for teachers, teaching assistants and others on:
- supporting literacy, numeracy and cross-curriculum access,
- accessing mainstream peer learning groups,
Professionals can observe deaf friendly Success For All (SFA) delivery.
We also run drop-in sessions for professionals to observe inclusive practice for pupils with hearing impairment and also offer support to differentiate and resource planning.
We deliver this training in partnership with professionals from sensory support services to extend knowledge of working with pupils with sensory impairments.
For events and training information, please see the SEND Resources page of the Peterborough Local Offer (https://fis.peterborough.gov.uk/kb5/peterborough/directory/advice.page?id=SNpdtfS7gEo)
Or contact Mrs Maker (email@example.com) 01733 262696
To find out more about the Hub, open the Middleton Hearing Impairment Leaflet
To find out what pupils, parents and professionals have said about our hub, see the document below.
Admission policy for the hub
Placements are via the SEND Panel. Pupils wishing to be considered for a place in the Hub must have an Education and Health Care Plan (EHCP) identifying hearing impairment as the primary need and an significant language delay due to their hearing impairment. Further information can be found in the guidance published on the Peterborough Local Offer (Education page - https://fis.peterborough.gov.uk/kb5/peterborough/directory/localoffer.page?familychannel=8-6&loboolean=1). For any queries about admission to the hub please contact the Local Authority Statutory and Monitoring Service 01733 863733 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Soundfield setup and troubleshooting videos for school classrooms
Useful links for support
Jack Hunt swimming pool – HI Lessons