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Our school is currently partially open for key workers’ children, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 children.

All information and guidance for parents regarding home learning, key workers, free school meal vouchers and examples of children’s work can be found on the website. Please see the ‘Children’ section of the website.

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SEND

Special Educational Needs and Disability

 

We are an inclusive school and aim to support all children regardless of any specific education need or disability. Any child can experience difficulty with a specific area of learning at some time in his/her school life and may need additional support so we identify, assess and provide for any needs which may arise. Support may come from school staff as well as the support of experts from external agencies and we aim to ensure that all children achieve their best.

 

Examples of some needs or disabilities that affect children's ability to learn include:

  • behavioural/social (eg difficulty making friends)
  • reading and writing (eg dyslexia)
  • understanding things
  • concentrating (eg Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
  • physical needs or impairments

 

Our Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENDCO), Mrs James, will identify any additional support needed for children across the school, enabling appropriate support to be put in place when necessary. Parents and carers, the SENDCO and class teacher will meet regularly to discuss this.

 

When a child is on the special needs register a support plan is drawn up by the class teacher to help the parent and the school identify the child's needs and to target areas of particular difficulty. It should show the steps that are to be taken to support the child's learning and set a date for reviewing progress.

 

Children with a higher level of need may require a statement of special educational needs.

 

Schools are required to publish and keep under review information about services they expect to be available for children and young people with special educational needs aged 0-25. This is known as the school offer.

 

At Kingswood we are proud of the level of success we have had in helping children with a wide range of difficulties to achieve their personal targets and make good progress.

 

Below are a range of documents which outline more information related to children with special educational needs and disabilities.

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