SEN & Learning support
There is an ongoing programme of screening, monitoring and support. As far as possible, and in line with our teaching and learning policy, work is differentiated so that pupils can be taught at an appropriate level within mainstream classes or within sets according to their ability. If it becomes necessary, the school can call upon numerous professional bodies to provide additional support and advice.
Pupils on the Special Educational Needs/ Disabilities (SEND) register will have their extra provision mapped. This provision is recorded and shared and reviewed with parents. All staff have access to our pupil database, so that up to date information on SEND can be shared. Our SEND Coordinator works with Lower and Upper School colleagues to make sure that appropriate provision is in place upon transfer. We currently have a large team of teaching assistants that support pupils
Our Accessibility Plan can be accessed in the policy section of the website found here.