Children may experience some form of learning barrier during their time at school. There are a wide variety of special educational needs that may mean a child requires additional support during all or part of their time at school. Special needs may be connected with hearing, speech or sight, emotional or behavioural issues and difficulties associated with aspects of language or mathematical work.
Every effort is made to identify children who have special educational needs at an early age. The SEN Register is reviewed twice a year and parents are actively encouraged to meet with the class teacher and SEN coordinator if they have a concern regarding their child’s progress.
Children having special needs can be supported in a number of ways. They may be taught individually, within small groups or by the class teacher or special needs assistant teacher within the class.
Specialists can be brought in to advise the class teacher, teaching assistants and the SEN coordinator. The school believes that all children should be supported to achieve their potential and every effort is made to provide appropriate support for individual pupils.
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Special educational needs and/or disability
We want every child to achieve their best and get the most out of their education.
The new SEND legislation, September 2014, requires schools to publish details of the support available for children and young people with SEND. This is called the local offer.
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