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Special Educational Needs and Disability

Pupil achievement and how to improve it is at the heart of everything we do. Our target-setting at whole school, curriculum level and for individual pupils is highly developed.

 

Teaching staff are trained to identify, at an early stage, pupils who are struggling and may have additional needs. It is the policy of the school to put in place additional support for them as soon as possible. This might be differentiated lesson plans, small group work or one to one support.

 

The teacher will inform the school’s Special Needs Co-ordinator who will track the pupil’s progress, look at ways of supporting their learning and if necessary engage with outside agencies.

 

We ensure that all members of staff engaged in intervention programmes for pupils’ with additional needs have strong subject knowledge and are able to get the best from our pupils.

 

Parents are fully engaged in this process and regularly informed about what we are doing to support their child and the progress they are making.

 

Pupils are guided through the steps to succeeding for each activity and feedback is closely tied to their targets. Opportunity is also given to learn independently practising the skills taught to deepen their understanding.

 

Individual Education Plans (IEP) are shared with the pupils where appropriate and with parents. These are reviewed termly usually just before the half-term vacation.

 

Parents are encouraged to come into school whenever they feel the need to talk about any concerns they may have regarding the educational provision or their child’s progress.

 

Our latest SEND report can be viewed here  corvus-education-trust-send-information-report-july-2017.pdf

 

Our SEND Policy can be viewed here send policy.doc

 

 




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