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At the heart of Stone Soup Academy's educational ethos lies a commitment to nurturing the physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development of each learner. Their unwavering dedication is focused on enhancing students' chances for success in education and equipping them with skills that will serve them beyond the classroom.
Stone Soup Academy firmly believes that by igniting students' interest in both academic studies and vocational practice, they can empower students to reach new heights in their educational journey.
The impact of PAGS in this transformative educational process is eloquently described by both the school's principal and the lead SEN teacher.
"PAGS has enabled us to work in a more directed way and to find the specific needs behind the diagnosis of our learners. It gave us clarity about what our students have to do to access that education." Kerrie Hengton, Principal
“'PAGS has provided a more comprehensive overview of my learners and enabled me to draw from different resources. With PAGS I have everything I need all in one place - a dream really” Rebecca Hale, SEN Teacher
Working within a Special Educational Needs (SEN) context is an immensely rewarding journey, but it's not without its challenges. The high workload, complex needs, emotional demands, managing expectations, and meeting legal requirements can make it a daunting task. At PAGS, we are committed to supporting schools and educators in their mission to cater to the unique needs of SEN learners. We are honoured to be working with Stone Soup Academy.
With PAGS, excellence is not just a goal, but a way of life. Schedule a demo today and we will walk you through our complete package so you can get a real feel of how we can help you and your learners reach your SEN goals.
What are our schools saying about the impact that PAGS has had on their SEN team and the learners' journey in education?Download PDF
What are our schools saying about the impact that PAGS has had on their SEN team and the learners' journey in education?