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9. How are school’s resources allocated and matched to SEN children’s needs?

9. How are school’s resources allocated and matched to SEN children’s needs?

 

St Mary’s Fields Primary School’s most important resource is its staffing.  The children are taught in whole class settings by qualified teachers. Children may be taught in smaller groups which  means that teachers can focus more closely on children who have a learning difficulty.   Their learning is pitched at the right level and hands-on resources are available for them.

Our teaching assistants are well trained in a range of interventions covering English, maths and emotional needs.  They work with children either individually or in small groups to encourage progress.  These interventions go on throughout the day and usually last for several weeks.

Children who have more complex or medical needs may have individual support all day to meet their range of targets, often set by external agencies e.g. a speech and language therapist.

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