SEN and Disabilities

Different levels of support can be provided depending on the needs of the child. Most children will normally be catered within 'quality first teaching' through the differentiation of class work provided by the teacher. However, some children may have a more specific difficulty that may be addressed through a specific intervention programme carried out for a specific purpose for a short period of time.

If the learning difficulty is more general, then the class teacher will plan a programme of extra work for the child that may involve extra adult support. This will be discussed with parents and reviewed regularly through an Individual Education Plan. If we feel unable to provide adequately for the specific needs of the child, then we may involve other agencies for specific support eg speech therapy, educational psychology, behaviour support. We work closely with other schools within our Multi Academy Trust to support this work.

If parents have any concerns, questions or information about their child, then it is vital this information is shared with school staff. We aim to work in close partnership with parents to ensure we meet the needs of all children. In the first instance, parents should contact the child's class teacher, or Tracey Malyon who leads the day-to-day support of pupils with additional needs:

Lead TA for Pupils with Additional Needs – Tracey Malyon

Acorn MAT SEND Inclusion Lead – Stuart Ridge

SEND Governor – John Ryde


Loders CE VC Primary School - SEND

The Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice sets out the principle of a more individualised and better graduated response to support children and young people with SEN and disabilities.

 

SEND Policy Loders 2022-2023 

SEND Information Report Loders 2022-2023Useful organisations/contactsCharities