How are adaptations made to the curriculum and the learning environment of children and young people with SEND?
How is teaching and the curriculum adapted to my child’s needs?
- The curriculum is differentiated to meet the needs of all children.
- Children are supported in lessons to help them make progress as part of the class.
- Special resources are provided to help children develop understanding and gain independence. These may include visual timetables, word banks, resources to support visual or hearing impairment and practical mathematics apparatus.
- Children with SEND take part in carefully structured interventions planned by their class teacher with support from the SEND Leader. These include interventions to develop
- Spelling of high frequency words
- Structuring writing
- Number and Calculation skills
- Reading comprehension
We have five SEND Teaching Assistants who support children with complex needs in lessons and through discrete interventions.