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School closed Thursday 23rd November 2017 due to heating and electrical issues. We apologise for the inconvenience and will update you as soon as we have any further information.
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SEND

 

Our school's inclusion manager is

Mr. Rob Hickman - he is new to this post since September 2016.

He is currently working to identify all pupils requiring support and taking steps to ensure this support is in place.

 

THE SEND POLICY CAN BE FOUND BELOW AND IN OUR 'POLICIES' SECTIONS ON THE WEBSITE

 

 

Huntingtree Primary School ‘Local Offer’ for Pupils with SEND

2016-2017

All pupils have access to a broad and balanced curriculum, including educational visits.  Some pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) may be provided with the following additional support:

 

Strategies to support Speech and Language

Pupil Premium pupils are supported by a Speech and Language therapist through programmes delivered 1:1 or in small groups (KS1/2)

Parents are involved in supporting their child at home, following NHS advice.

 

Strategies to support English

Pupils are supported by a TA (KS1) through the ELS programme and additional phonics teaching.  TA support for extra reading is also available (KS2)

Pupils are supported by TA as needed in the classroom for reading and writing activities (Rec/KS1/2)

Pupil Premium pupils are supported by a Learning Support specialist through intensive reading support 1:1 (KS2)

Pupil Premium pupils are offered out of hours 1:1 tuition with a teacher. (KS1/2)

Parents are invited to meetings with specialist teachers from the Learning Support Service (LSS)

Parents are invited to a termly ‘structured conversation’ with the SENCO.

 

Strategies to support Maths

Pupils are supported by a TA as needed in the classroom for maths activities (Rec/KS1/2)

Pupil Premium pupils are offered out of hours 1:1 tuition with a teacher (KS1/2)

Parents are invited to meetings with specialist teachers from the Learning Support Service. (LSS)

Parents are invited to a termly ‘structured conversation’ with the SENCO

 

Strategies to support independent learning

Pupils have access to personalised resources e.g. visual timetables, word mats etc

Pupils have seating arrangements that meet their needs e.g. near a TA etc

Parents are informed by teachers as needed.

 

Strategies to support behaviour/well-being

Pupils are supported by a TA as needed

Pupils may be referred to an Educational Psychologist (EP) for advice

Parents may be supported regularly by a member of SLT e.g.  DHT or SENCO

 

Strategies to support physiotherapy needs

Pupils are supported by a TA through physiotherapy (PT) and occupational therapy (OT) programmes delivered 1:1. (KS1/2)

Parents are aware of programmes for their child.

 

Strategies to support medical needs

Pupils are supported by a TA in accordance with health care plans from specialist nurses e.g. diabetes, anaphylaxis, epilepsy etc.

Parents are involved in their child’s health care plans.

NB. SLT (Senior Leadership Team)

SENCO (Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator)

TA (Teaching Assistant)

Pupil Premium (Free School Meals)

 

We are fully inclusive and all children are actively encouraged to participate in our extra-curricular activities.  Our site and facilities are fully accessible for all students, including those with disabilities, including wheelchair access.

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