We adapt the curriculum and learning environment for pupils with SEN:
- Breaking longer lessons into smaller parts to aid concentration and attention.
- Using visual resources to aid understanding of new concepts and key words.
- Additional adult support in class to reinforce the key information given by the class teacher.
- Home-school diaries to ensure parents know what has been taught each day, to share positive experiences or difficulties each day. Parents can then feedback how their child has been at home.
- Using visual timetables so children with SEND know what to expect.
- Using additional resources to overcome difficulties e.g. counting resources to use in Maths lessons, word mats in English etc.
- Differentiation used via learning materials and questioning in lessons.
- We provide ICT and Technology access.
- Staff will work with small groups throughout the day to help children catch-up and reinforce earlier learning.
- Make the curriculum fun and interesting.
- Use of rewards to show achievements.
- At Key Stage 2, we can apply to obtain access arrangements as appropriate for the SATs
More details on how we adapt information, our environment and curriculum can be found in the Accessibility Plan which you ca find in the School Policies section of our website.