How will the setting support my child/young person?

How will the setting support my child/young person?

  • Teachers are responsible and accountable for the progress and development of all the pupils in their class, including those with SEN.
  • All children are entitled to have access to high quality learning opportunities and appropriate resources to meet their individual needs. Pupils have access to a range of visual concrete apparatus and multi-sensory approaches to learning. All pupils from year 1 to year 6 are allocated an individual iPad to enhance and support  their learning, The outdoor environment is used as a teaching resource to engage and support the learning of pupils.
  • Those who need extra help will be provided with small group support in class and he or she will receive access to visual or concrete resources to ensure that they can access activities.
  • Children with SEN who require further support will be provided with personalised learning which includes specific small group or 1:1 interventions and strategies to address their specific area of need.
  • All pupils with special educational needs have Personalised Learning Books in Foundation Stage and Personalised Learning Journey Files stored on their iPad from year 1 to year 6, with personalised intervention tasks which address their Pupil Passport targets.
  • Where a child has a disability, reasonable adjustments will be put into place to support a child.
  • If a child has medical needs then a Care Plan will be written by the Class Teacher in conjunction with the parent and medical professionals and shared with relevant staff in school.
  • Data tracking of progress and analysing individual pupil data by the Class Teacher and Senior Leadership Team, highlights children who are not making expected progress.  Additional support for individual pupils or groups is identified on Raising Attainment Plans to support them with their learning and this is reviewed termly.
  • Children’s individual needs are assessed and support and resources are allocated based on need. This may include additional group support in class, small group or 1:1 intervention support, specific strategies within the environment, specialised equipment to allow access to the curriculum or social, emotional, mental health support provided from the Extended Home School Link Worker, Miss K Hoddy.
  • School staff will work in partnership with parents if we think we need to consider asking the local authority to carry out a coordinated assessment of your child’s needs because more advice/resources are needed to help your child to make progress. This assessment may result in an Education, Health, Care Plan for the child, if the Local Authority feels that is necessary.