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SEN Co-ordinator (SENCO) – Mrs E. Crist

Correspondence for the attention of Mrs Crist is:

Tel: 0151 477 8580


At St Luke’s Catholic Primary School, we are committed to inclusion and equal opportunities. We work closely with parents and other agencies in order to ensure that all pupils are able to successfully access the curriculum. Our school population includes a wide range of different community groups and we are dedicated to ensuring that our school is a place where everyone feels welcome and where all pupils can learn.

Our pupils have a range of different abilities and interests, beliefs and aspirations. Many of our pupils also speak other languages and are learning to speak English. At St Luke’s, we want all of our pupils to succeed and enjoy their education.

Our commitment to equal opportunities is an important aspect of our overall commitment to be a fully inclusive school.

We aim to:

  • set suitable learning challenges;
  • respond to pupils’ diverse needs; and
  • overcome potential barriers to learning for individuals and groups of pupils.

If a teacher, or you as a parent, feel that your child is experiencing difficulties at school we will be pleased to discuss the difficulties so that we can decide together what is best for your child. We believe that the closer we work together the more successful any help will be. Many problems can be sorted out easily by matching the level of help to the needs of the child with step-by-step programmes. Most children’s needs are met in the mainstream school but occasionally a child’s needs cannot be met from the resources normally available in school, in which case the help of specialists from outside school may be valuable.

Information about the services available within Knowsley can be found on The Local Offer. See below:

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