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SENDCO Contact Details

Our SENDCO is Rebecca Streeter, who is based at St Mary's Base.

Rebecca can be reached by email:


Parent Support for Students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

As with all students, the first point of contact is the class teacher or form tutor. This member of staff has daily contact with your child and knows him or her well. Please contact them via email. If you have a particular concern please make contact as quickly as possible so that we can respond quickly.


It's important to share good news too, so if your child has had a positive experience in school, please let your child's tutor or class teacher know, as we would love to celebrate that success.

The document below shows how we assess and identify students with Special Educational Needs. 

Interventions at Five Islands Academy

At Five Islands Academy, we provide care and support for a variety of additional needs. The booklet above shows what interventions we are able to provide.


The form below has been created to give teachers the structure to complete the assess, plan, do, review cycle in their lessons when identifying needs and inputting support within their lesson structure. 

Assess, Plan, Do, Review supporting document

SENDIASS (SEND Information Advice and Support Service)

Adele Nankervis is the SENDIASS Supervisor. She visits the Islands regularly and will support parents in a number of ways. Usually she holds coffee mornings to meet any parents who wish to see her. This provides an opportunity to discuss any concerns parents may have, or to answer any questions about the SEN process. These are advertised on the school website and by posters at school. She also will attend meetings if a parent requests this.


Adele Nankervis

SENDIASS Supervisor

Disability Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Ltd

Units 1G/H Guildford Rd Industrial Estate


Cornwall TR27 4QZ



The Isles of Scilly Parent Carer Group

The Isles of Scilly Parent Carers are an independent organisation made up of parent carers of children and young people who have additional needs/disabilities that mean they access extra services in education, health or social care. 
Members are welcome from across our islands.
The Isles of Scilly Parent Carer Group aim to meet regularly to use the unique shared experiences that they have gained in raising their own families to work in partnership with all agencies responsible for providing services to children with additional needs/disabilities in the Isles of Scilly, enjoy family fun days, have social evenings out and offer a peer support network.