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The Claypole Church of England Primary School

Strive for Excellence, Promote Harmony and Value Achievement

SEND

All Schools are required to publish the arrangements they have in place to support pupils with additional needs. This is called our ‘SEND Information Report’. We hope you find the documents below helpful for getting the right support for your child.

This year (2022/23), the school has 155 pupils on roll; currently we have 6% (10 children) on the school’s SEND register and have IEP's (Individual Education Plan) with 0 children in receipt of an EHCP (Educational Health & Care Plan).

The National average is 14% registered as SEND and 1.5% with EHCP's.

 

The needs of our children include: moderate learning, global developmental delay, physical needs, autism, dyslexia, dyspraxia and dyscalculia.

 

                            SEND Provision Progression Map

             

Wave 1: Quality First Teaching  →

Wave 2: Additional Interventions  →

Wave 3: Specialist Interventions

Internal referral to move through from Wave 1 to Wave 2 (through professional dialogue with class teacher, teaching assistant & SEND Leader

EHCP application – moving from Wave 2 to Wave 3

Classroom practise:

  • Scaffolding;
  • Support in class;
  • Revision of prior learning.

 

Targeted Interventions:

  • Individual and/or group interventions in identified need(s) - following a diagnostic of the results from assessments;
  • Intervention programmes (i.e. toe-by-toe);
  • Additional early screening assessment (internal in the first instance to identify traits of dyslexia and/or dyscalculia).

 

Individual Approach to Learning:

  • EHCP-set targets;
  • Personalised curriculum;
  • Milestone targets (mapping & assessing personal progress).

Progress monitored:

  • Summative (on-going assessments);
  • Formative assessment (termly assessments);
  • Book-look & pupil interviews;
  • Observations.

 

Progress monitored:

  • Reviewing progress made against interventions (4-6 week block);
  • Summative (on-going assessments);
  • Formative assessment (termly assessments);
  • Book-look & pupil interviews;
  • Observations.

 

Progress monitored:

  • Summative (on-going assessments);
  • Formative assessment (termly assessments);
  • Book-look & pupil interviews;
  • Observations.

 

 

Potential Additional Requirements:

  • Termly review meeting with parents/carers;
  • SEND Lead report;
  • An at a glance ‘All About Me’ poster (outlining key information, what helps, needs…) for any adult working with the child.

 

Potential Additional Requirements:

  • Involvement with outside agencies;
  • Termly review meeting with parents/carers;
  • EHCP review(s);
  • An at a glance ‘All About Me’ poster (outlining key information, what helps, needs…) for any adult working with the child.

 

Please click on the link to go to the relevant website:

 

Lincolnshire parent carer forum:

Lincolnshire Parent Partnership offer free confidential advice, information and support to parents and carers about special educational needs

 

IPSEA stands for Independent Parental Special Education Advice

 

Young Minds: The voice for young people’s mental health and wellbeing

Young minds Parent Helpline: 08088025544

 

Lincolnshire autistic society

School funding changes and children with SEN in mainstream schools: a briefing for parents

Does your child have Dyslexia?

Choosing books that will engage and captivate children who struggle with reading is often challenging. Help is now at hand with the publication of a free guide from Barrington Stoke and Dyslexia Action - "Dive in; A guide to choosing children's books for reluctant readers and readers with dyslexia" lists 40 titles divided into age range categories.

http://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk

http://www.dyslexiaaction.org.uk

Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC)

If you have any questions about SEND or any concerns, then you could speak to:

Headteacher: Martyn Wells

SEND Leader: Lynn Kurvink

Key Stage 1 Leader: Lynn Kurvink

Key Stage 2 Leader: Elizabeth Silby

SEND Governor: Graham Doney

 

We will listen to your concerns and discuss the situation with you. If a longer meeting is needed, this will be arranged. Your concerns will be looked into over an agreed length of time, with the sharing of information between school and home. A follow-up meeting will then be arranged to discuss the next steps.

Any complaints regarding SEND or the provision of SEND at our school, please follow the complaints procedure. This can be found under 'Key Information... Policies...'
  • The Claypole Church of England Primary School, School
  • Lane, Claypole, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG23 5BQ
  • Email: adminoffice@claypoleprimary.org
  • Phone: 01636 626268
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