By promoting high standards, inclusion and equal opportunities all of the staff at St Mary's Fields aim to provide an atmosphere in which all children’s needs are met.
St Mary's Fields SEND Report complies with:
Section 69(2) of the Children and Families Act 2014
Regulation 51 and Schedule 1 of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014
Section 6 of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice: 0-25 years
Paragraph 3 of Schedule 10 to the Equality Act 2010
We regularly review the curriculum provision for every child. If a child has special educational needs, we aim to ensure that their needs are met by:
Working together with parents, and other professionals to identify a child’s special educational needs early intervention to reduce barriers to learning and participation.
Ensuring that children with special educational needs are offered full access to a broad, balanced and relevant education, including the Foundation Stage Curriculum and the National Curriculum.
Regularly reviewing the progress of children with special educational needs to ensure that their needs are being met.
Setting achievable targets to meet the special educational needs of children whose educational programmes need to be different or additional to those set down in the Foundation Stage Curriculum and National Curriculum. This includes opportunities to be involved in a variety of interventions run across the school
Taking the child’s views into account with regard to their learning goals, wherever ascertainable, in the light of their age and understanding.
Encouraging all children (including SEND) to take part in a wide range of extra-curricular activities with all other pupils both in school time and during after school clubs.
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At St Mary’s Fields Primary School we take care to ensure that all children have an excellent start to their education, no matter when they join the school. We are committed to helping each child make the best possible progress. We use many strategies to support learning and we aim to ensure that our children enjoy and achieve in all areas of their personal, social and academic education.
However, whether in the Foundation Stage or later in the Primary classes, some children find it more difficult to learn and make progress. Children can have needs and difficulties that affect their ability to process their learning. For example, a child with emotional and social difficulties may have problems making friends or a child may have specific difficulties with reading, writing or maths. A child may have a disability such as a hearing or visual impairment. Children who are identified as having significant difficulties in school are categorised as having special educational needs or SEND.
What Kind of SEND does the School cater for?
Communication and interaction (such as autistic spectrum condition and speech and language difficulties)
Cognition and learning (such as dyslexia, dyslexia and dyspraxia and dyscalculia, moderate learning difficulties and global development delay)
Social, emotional and mental health (such as ADHD, ADD, attachment disorders, emotional difficulties, mental health difficulties)
Physical and sensory (such as hearing, vision and sensory processing difficulties)
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