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‘Let your light shine.’ Matthew 5:16

Enabling children to flourish and succeed

Q11: What kinds of Special Educational Needs does the school make provision for? What type of provision does the school make and how do they know it works?

In our school we make provision for pupils who have any of the following needs:


  • Cognition and learning
  • Communication and language
  • Emotional, interaction, social or behavioural
  • Sensory and physical
  • Gifted and talented.


We know that some pupils will have difficulties (or greater needs) in more than one of these areas and we will always do our best to meet their needs. The support we provide varies according to the specific needs of the child.


All children in school have support within lessons through differentiation and quality first teaching strategies. This means that activities are planned according to the level the child or young person is working at. This can include a variety of adaptions including changes to the physical environment, changes to teaching styles as well as levels of adult support.


Some children receive additional one-to-one support or group support to help them with specific skills and homework is tailored specifically for each child.