In Woodhouse Community Primary School, we ensure that all children benefit from quality first teaching. This is where all teachers have an in-depth knowledge of the needs and abilities of every child and that work is set according to these needs, thus providing the appropriate levels of challenge.
In our school, we make sure that provision for SEND children goes beyond the differentiated approach of quality first teaching. This may take the form of additional support through targeted and specific interventions, either in small groups or as 1:1 sessions. In addition and dependent upon individual children’s needs, we may seek advice and the involvement of specialist staff or support services.
Our school has a Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO), who alongside the Senior Leadership Team and designated SEND governor, is responsible for the provision of identified pupils with SEND.
The SENCO supports all staff to enable them to provide appropriate provision and closely monitor the progress of SEND pupils in their class. All of our staff strive to ensure the individual needs of every pupil are met and work closely together to make sure that progress takes place.
If you would like to discuss your SEND requirements in detail please contact the school to arrange an appointment.