Special Educational Needs and Disability
Children who have identified learning needs that are different from their peers will have their needs met in a variety of ways, both in the classroom, on a daily basis and sometimes in other, targeted ways.
Support and interventions meet the children’s needs in the ways that are best suited to each, individual child.
Many children, (not only those who are on the Special Educational Needs/Disabilities Register), are supported through focused interventions in school. These interventions run in cycles of 10 weeks and are reviewed at the end of each cycle.
Some children on the Special Educational Needs/Disabilities Register may need additional support outside agencies, such as Speech and Language Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Specialist Teachers, Educational Psychologists and the Statutory Assessment Service. Those requiring the support of outside agencies indicate a relatively high level of need. Parents are involved in discussions, target setting and reviews of their children on a regular basis.
The school has a SENCO/Inclusion Leaders (Mrs Carol Woolgar and Mrs N Griffiths, contactable via the school office) who manages this.
You can read our SEND Information Report which may answer any questions you have.