SEN Information Report 

 What happens if my child is not making progress?

  • Additional adult support is provided across in all classes. We have Phase TAs who work across a Phase (2 year groups) and deliver support for both Learning and Speech and Language.
  • Adult support is provided in a focused, planned manner so as to ensure pupils’ learning is effectively scaffolded whilst still prompting independent learning.  Your child may participate in small group or 1:1 work either inside or outside of the classroom.  A Teacher or Teaching Assistant who has been trained to run these groups will deliver this.  Your child will have a specific target they are working towards in this group, which will have been identified form, a gap in their learning.
  • Additional or adapted resources are used when needed.
  • The Learning environment and the class timetable can be adapted so as to meet the needs of individual pupils, where possible.
  • Additional support is also provided by professionals from external agencies. We meet with the Sensory Service, Educational Psychology Service, Speech and Language Service, Occupational therapy service, Physiotherapy Service, School Nurse, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service and Social Care.
  • The specialist professional working with your child will work with your child and make recommendations, which may include:
  • Making changes to the way your child is supported in classes g. some individual support or changing some aspects of teaching to support them better
  • Support to set better targets which will include their specific expertise
  • A group run by school staff under the guidance of the external professional e.g. a social skills group
  • A group or individual work with outside professional
  • Referrals to these services are made by the Assistant Head Teacher for Inclusion, with the permission of the parent or carer. The decision to refer is made by the Assistant Head Teacher for Inclusion is not appropriate for all pupils.
  • We provide support for our pupils outside of the classroom, should they need it. For Example, we have a number of lunchtime and after school clubs.
  • We are a Rights Respecting School and therefore ensure all children’s rights are respected and promoted, throughout the school. We encourage all of our pupils to be aware of their rights and assertive when insisting that their rights are met.
  • Teachers and Teaching Assistants supervise pupils during break and members of SLT are always available before and after school. This allows both pupils and parents to have easy access to staff they are familiar.
  • Additional adult support is provided across in all classes. We have Phase TAs who work across a Phase (2 year groups) and deliver support for both Learning and Speech and Language.
  • Adult support is provided in a focused, planned manner so as to ensure pupils’ learning is effectively scaffolded whilst still prompting independent learning.  Your child may participate in small group or 1:1 work either inside or outside of the classroom.  A Teacher or Teaching Assistant who has been trained to run these groups will deliver this.  Your child will have a specific target they are working towards in this group, which will have been identified form, a gap in their learning.
  • Additional or adapted resources are used when needed.
  • The Learning environment and the class timetable can be adapted so as to meet the needs of individual pupils, where possible.
  • Additional support is also provided by professionals from external agencies. We meet with the Sensory Service, Educational Psychology Service, Speech and Language Service, Occupational therapy service, Physiotherapy Service, School Nurse, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service and Social Care.
  • The specialist professional working with your child will work with your child and make recommendations, which may include:
  • Making changes to the way your child is supported in classes g. some individual support or changing some aspects of teaching to support them better
  • Support to set better targets which will include their specific expertise
  • A group run by school staff under the guidance of the external professional e.g. a social skills group
  • A group or individual work with outside professional
  • Referrals to these services are made by the Assistant Head Teacher for Inclusion, with the permission of the parent or carer. The decision to refer is made by the Assistant Head Teacher for Inclusion is not appropriate for all pupils.
  • We provide support for our pupils outside of the classroom, should they need it. For example, we have a number of lunchtime and after school clubs.
  • We are a Rights Respecting School and therefore ensure all children’s rights are respected and promoted, throughout the school. We encourage all of our pupils to be aware of their rights and assertive when insisting that their rights are met.
  • Teachers and Teaching Assistants supervise pupils during break and members of SLT are always available before and after school. This allows both pupils and parents to have easy access to staff they are familiar.

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