Meet Freddie – Our school therapy dog.
Please click on the following link to see what Freddie gets up to during a day at St Hugh’s school https://drive.google.com/file/d/1r6HQ0Zyz5cL1bHjojunw3_k5CGvUyRFV/view?usp=drive_web
Freddie is a pet therapy dog who lives with Mrs Cowley (sensory lead at school) and her family. He is a 1 year old pet cockapoo who has a hypoallergenic coat, which means he does not shed! He absolutely loves attention from everyone and especially young people. Freddie is a fully qualified ‘Pets As Therapy dog’ who helps young people to understand animal care and will also support students with their sensory regulation.
Freddie works with students (with parent/carers consent) who have suffered bereavement or who need a calm place to discuss their worries. Freddie spends most of his day visiting students in their classroom or in our sensory summer house where he works 1:1 with students. Students have the opportunity to work with Freddie under Miss Robinson’s supervision. A designated staff member will always be with Freddie while he is working with the students. At no point will any student be left unsupervised. A thorough risk assessment has been carried out before Freddie begins his duties.
What Freddie has been up to this term
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