Meet The Inclusion Team

Inclusion Team

Laura Stokes

Head of Inclusion

As the Head of Inclusion at South View School, I am extremely proud of the progress that all our students have made this academic year. Progress is not just seen academically, but socially and emotionally, particularly during the pandemic. I am delighted to be part of an inclusive school where all students are treated as valued members of the school community.

The Inclusion Department is embarking on an exciting journey of growth for the next academic year, expanding our abilities to be able to provide a strong system of support for all students. This will include our English as an Additional Language provision and our Most Able, Gifted and Talented Provision. I am also extremely excited to support our newly appointed Whole School Counsellor as she establishes the school’s Counselling Department, a service that will be available for students, parents and staff.

I operate an ‘open door’ policy with everyone I work with and welcome parents to contact me directly if they ever have any concerns they wish to discuss.

 

Danielle Mc Hugh

Primary School SENCo

My name is Danielle Mc Hugh and I’ve worked as a SENCo in Southview School for the past two years, previous to this I worked in both inclusion and mainstream school settings in Ireland. I am looking forward to working with a growing inclusion team next year and sharing best practices to continue and develop the learning provision at our school.

 

Sean Fenton

Secondary School SENCo

I am honoured to be South View School’s Secondary Inclusion Teacher and I am very excited to embark on this role. I have had the privilege of supporting students for over 15 years, working in the field of Inclusion. Being a dyslexic learner myself, I can fully understand the hardships and emotional difficulties students with a learning barrier face daily. Therefore, my vision is to compose a safe, supportive environment for all secondary inclusion students, to empower them to express creativity and thrive in their own unique learning style, so they may achieve their full potential.

 

Katie Heather

EYFS Inclusion Teacher

I am excited to join the South View Inclusion team this year. I have been working within mainstream, inclusion and early intervention settings for over 15 years. I strive to motivate children to do their best in a stimulating and challenging environment ensuring children feel happy and excited to be at school. I have high expectations of their academic abilities ensuring they are all able to achieve their full potential.​ Early intervention plays a huge part in children’s development paths and I am honoured to be playing a part in that journey.

Gemma Musgrave

Primary Inclusion Teacher

I am  delighted to be joining South View School as Primary Inclusion Teacher this year. I have worked as an inclusion teacher in Ireland for the past three years and I am so excited to become part of a growing team here at SVS. It is a privilege to support the development of all children and I look forward to teaching and learning in an innovative, inclusive school community. 

James Vassay

EAL Teacher

I am excited to join the team here at South View as EAL Teacher. I have been teaching EAL for twenty years in the UK, the Middle East, and Asia. I am looking forward to working with all of our EAL students to enable them to reach their full potential. 

Learning Support Assistants

Allia Ghouth

Bianca Mazloumian

Blessing Chioke

Brigitte Roy

 

Lerato Mnguini

Nina Unadkat

Thomas King

Hannan Halwani

Tamara Al-Masri

Nicola Mcvittie

Tugba Vassay