Appropriate teaching methods and differentiated activities and resources meet children’s special needs. Sometimes individual children are withdrawn from the classroom for additional support with basic skills. Such strategies assist both the most and least able children, for individual needs. Any child receiving such provision is registered as having Special Educational Needs, their progress is closely monitored . Progress is shared with parents and children during a termly meeting, they are given an Inclusion Passport.
If a child’s Special Educational Needs cannot be met by these arrangements further help or advice is sough by the head teacher from the LEA and their specialist support services.
There is a detailed policy on Special Educational Needs in school and for any parent who requires more information; Mrs Devereux is our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator.