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Special Educational Needs

Special Educational Needs

 

Throughout the curriculum, tasks are set to match the needs of individual children, from those with learning difficulties, to those who are able, gifted and talented, all within an inclusive environment. However, where a pupil has learning, emotional or behavioural difficulties causing concern to parents or staff, home and school co-operate to set up close links in order to benefit the child. Special programmes of work may be devised by the child’s teacher or an advisory teacher to support, less able children and the highest achievers, with progress being carefully monitored. If further help is required, assistance is sought from the County Special Educational Needs Support Service, after consultation between parents and staff.

 

“Even pupils who do not find school work easy are making exceptional progress, partly as a result of having work matched in this way, and partly because the school intervenes to give them extra support if they need it.” 
Ofsted 2009

 

“Planning for individual needs is robust and progress carefully monitored.” 
Ofsted 2009

 

“Many parents commented on how much they valued the way in which the school met their child’s particular needs.” 
Ofsted 2009

“Challenge and praise are used to ensure that a good pace is maintained. Learning assistants support individual students well”.
Ofsted 2009

 

“Our observations led us to conclude that all children are well supported.” 
Ofsted 2009

 

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