How will the curriculum be matched to my child’s needs?

All work within class is pitched at an appropriate level so that all children are able to access it according to their specific needs

  • All of our staff are trained to make work more accessible or more challenging so that every child is able to learn at their level.
  • We use additional schemes/materials so that we have something at the right level for children with Special Educational Needs or Disability (SEND).
  • As well as adapting the learning activities to match individual children’s specific needs we use approaches that support all of the children’s different learning styles. We are aware that some children learn best when doing (kinaesthetic learners), some are very visual learners, some benefit from collaborating with others while some prefer to work on their own.
  • All of our staff are trained in a variety of approaches which means we are able to adapt to a range of SEND for example: specific learning difficulties including dyslexia, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, speech, language and communication needs and behavioural, social and emotional needs.

Year 2 parent

‘There has been continuous support for my child, which has been made by many different people/staff, with different qualifications and training, which is good for meeting all of my child’s needs.’

Year 6 pupil

‘When I don’t understand my teacher will always explain it in a different way.’

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