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About the Service
About the Organisation
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How do people access your service?
Type Of Service
We support the following age groups:
Can siblings who are not disabled use your service?
Do you have a SEND/Inclusion Contact?
SEND/Inclusion Contact Name
Additional and Special Educational Needs
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How do you aim to meet the unique needs of the child?
Matching the curriculum is addressed through clear differentiated work matched to suit the individual child’s needs. This differentiated work should enable your child to access the curriculum more easily.
In class, Teaching Assistants may be allocated to work with the pupil in a 1-1 or small focus group to target more specific needs.
If appropriate, specialist equipment may be given to the pupil. For example, pencil grips, reading rulers and writing slopes are often used to support the child with reading and writing. We also use a range of practical resources for children who struggle to focus and who may have a diagnosis of ADHD. For example, concentration cushions, ear defenders and fiddle toys are often used. However. We have found that a small blob of blue tack more effective and less distracting than fiddle toys.
How do you promote positive relationships and ensure good, ongoing communication with families?
You will be able to discuss your child’s progress at Parents Evenings or through discussions with the class teacher.
Appointments can be made to speak in more detail to the class teacher or SENCo by visiting or phoning the school office.
If your child has an IEP ( individual education plan) you will be invited to discuss your child’s progress during a review meeting or during parents’ evening.
Homework diaries, Reading Records and Home School Communication books iare often used by teachers and parents to communicate concerns or celebrate the children’s achievement..