Each class provides a creative curriculum which is suitably differentiated to support children as individuals and ensure that every child has access to the curriculum using visual, auditory and kinaesthetic activities.
Where an additional need has been identified it is our intention to deliver support at the earliest opportunity. We have specialised key workers who run intervention programmes and provide long and short term support for pupils with additional needs. These interventions can be delivered one to one or in small groups and cover areas such as: communication and language, gross and fine motor skills, English, Mathematics, emotional and behavioural support.
We work alongside parents and carers and ensure that they have access to the support and are able to work in partnership with ourselves to support their child at home.
Our school is fully accessible to wheelchair users.
SEND Co-ordinator: Mrs Helen Rose
Please view the attachments below for SEN (SEND) information for Parents and Carers.
If you would like to seek information outside of school, the Shropshire Local Offer gives important advice and guidance for parents and young people. https://shropshire.gov.uk/the-send-local-offer/
The latest Shropshire SEND Newsletter is available to view here:
January 2021 - The SEN team have produced an update for parents regarding lockdown: https://www.shropshire.gov.uk/the-send-local-offer/news/update-from-the-sen-team-following-announcement-of-third-lockdown