How are the school’s resources allocated and matched to children’s special educational needs?

The SENCo co-ordinates provision for SEND on a daily basis.  Who also offers support and advice to teachers and parents, carries out assessments and liaises with external agencies. 

There are three Learning Support Assistants who work with three children with significant needs.

Referrals for interventions will be made by the class teacher to the SENCo who coordinates and prioritises provision according to the needs of the children in the school. Although the school aims for early intervention, it is possible that a child will not receive this until the following academic term.

Teaching assistants are also deployed for the needs of specific children in the school.

Some children may receive Exceptional Needs Funding and this will be allocated directly to the child to fund additional staffing costs or resources specific to that pupil.

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