ARP Team

Mrs Julia Tyldesley: Assistant Headteacher for Inclusion / SENDCo

My priority is to raise the achievement of those students who struggle the most with academic work. I come from a background of raising standards for children with SEND in a large, school in Dagenham with a 50 place ARP for children with learning disabilities and autism. I am passionate about maintaining high expectations for children with SEND which means supporting them to reach their potential and helping them to achieve outcomes that help with the next stage of their lives.

Miss Amy Weatherall: ARP Lead Teacher

Miss Weatherall is the Lead Teacher for our Additionally Resourced Provision for children with autism. She is a firm believer that for children to reach their full potential, self esteem and confidence are vital and that this can be achieved by intertwining a high quality curriculum in the classroom with effective student focussed interventions. Miss Weatherall is an experienced teacher, who has worked across both the primary and secondary sector and has a proven track record for raising standards.

Miss Weatherall is committed to supporting the very best outcomes for children on the Autistic Spectrum and those with additional learning needs. Miss Weatherall has experience working with the Sycamore Trust, which is a charity that supports families with autistic children and has developed autism training schemes across Barking and Dagenham. She has also been a carer for young people and is passionate about their future.

Mrs Elina Koloni: ARP Team Speech and Language SDA

I started work at Redden Court School in June 2019, as a Speech and Language SDA.

I am from Greece and I moved to the U.K. a few years ago with my family.

I have a BSc Degree in Speech and Language Therapy and I have worked as a Speech and Language Therapist for 6 years in Greece, with children with Autism and other Developmental Disorders in different settings. I love working as part of a team and I am passionate about giving the best care to children and their families. This is the main reason why I really enjoy my work in Redden.

I am a happy wife and mother of two lovely boys. When I have free time, I like doing arts and crafts with my little boys and I also enjoy cooking and painting.

Miss Karen Nash: ARP Team SDA

I have been working at Redden Court since September 2018 and enjoy working as part of the ARP team. I work with the students with Mindfulness interventions and also Working with Lego interventions as well as supporting students in the classroom.

I find the work really rewarding. It’s such a great feeling to see students gaining confidence in themselves, becoming more sociable and making friends.

I have been working with children and young people with special needs for fifteen years.

I live with my partner and have a grown up son. I enjoy going to the theatre, reading and watching dramas on TV.

For more information about the ARP, please see the main ARP page.

For information about other services we offer, please see the ARP outreach service page.