Learning Support – The School Offer
How does the school know if my child needs extra help and what should I do if I think my child may have SEN?
Initially, contact the Form Tutor to discuss any concerns. The school will assess student’s needs through:
- Assessment Data
- Initial Screening Tests
- Teacher observations
- Parental Input
How will the school staff support my child?
- Form tutor and Pastoral team
- A Personal Pupil Passport outlining Strengths and Weaknesses
- In–class LSA support
- Differentiated teaching in lessons
- Intervention Programs depending on the individual and their needs
How will I know how my child is doing?
- Tracking and reporting data
- Parents’ meetings and consultations
- Contact with Learning Support and the SENCo
What support will there be for my child’s overall well-being?
- Form tutor and pastoral team
- PSHE Programmes
- Positive relationships with parents, school and children
- Wider outcomes : extracurricular activities
What training have the staff supporting children with SEND had or are having?
- All teachers are teachers of SEND and have appropriate training and liaison with the school SENCo
What Specialist Services and expertise are available at or accessed by the school?
- The school liaises with Essex CC and can provide a range of private services in a wide area SEN
How accessible is the school environment?
- We comply with; Equality Act 2010, Children & Families Act 2014, SEN Code of Practice 2014