All children, including those with SEND have their own key person who will know them best and be proactive in planning for their needs, working closely with parents.
SEND children are observed closely and their achievements are celebrated in their individual journal. This information is used to tailor the curriculum to meet the interests and enthusiasms of each child using methods of delivery that are appropriate to their needs. If there is ever evidence that this is not occurring the SENCO will initiate training to challenge staff and enable them to provide a curriculum that ensures equality and diversity for all. Further information can be found on our SEND page.
Children with SEND are supported in a variety of ways – through one to one support, group activities or whole key person tasks. The key person for each SEND child will decide how everyday activities and experiences within the curriculum can be adjusted to ensure their child is fully involved at the appropriate level. In addition to this, we can apply for additional support from the Local Authority to ensure children with additional needs are receiving the ‘over and above’ individual support they need.
If you would like to discuss your SEND requirements please contact the school and we will try our best to help you.