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About the Service
About the Organisation
For the Ofsted inspection report for this school visit http://www.ofsted.gov.uk/reports
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How do people access your service?
Type Of Service
We support the following age groups:
Who can use your service?
Primary aged children.
Can siblings who are not disabled use your service?
Do you have a SEND/Inclusion Contact?
Additional and Special Educational Needs
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How do you aim to meet the unique needs of the child?
Children in school with SEND will get support that is specific to their individual needs. This may all be provided by the class teacher or may include:
- other staff in the school.
- staff who will visit the school from the Local Authority central services such as the ASD Outreach Team or Sensory Service ( for students with a hearing or visual need).
- staff who visit from outside agencies such as the Speech and Language therapy (SALT) Service or a Learning Support Service.
- an assessment by an Educational Psychologist or other specialists e.g. Dyslexia consultant. working in 1:1 or small groups on a specific programme of work e.g. numeracy skills (usually run by the teacher or a Learning Support Assistant).
- providing special equipment/resources as required to support your child’s learning and development.
The class teacher (sometimes with the SENCO) will always explain to you what the concerns are and also explain to you what the plans for your child include. If outside agencies are used, we always ask your permission before making a referral. If you have any queries related to the interventions or support that your child receives, please contact the class teacher or the SENCO.
How do you promote positive relationships and ensure good, ongoing communication with families?
Class teachers are happy to discuss how well your child is doing; these discussions do not need to be limited to the regular IEP review meetings. Some children may also have a home/school communication book so that parents/carers and teachers can monitor progress, record concerns or share achievements.
All reports from outside agencies are passed to you with their ideas for support or resources that may be used at home. You will also receive an annual report from the class teacher for your child.
Regular reviews of a child’s progress are discussed at Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings. The first part of this meeting is to look at the provision for the child and make decisions about the progress that the child is making. The second part is to make new plans and adjust the provision as necessary.