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Where children have additional needs they will be supported in accessing the full curriculum through specialist equipment and/or human resources.The curriculum is planned to be multi-sensory in order to support children’s differing learning styles.


In order to meet the learning needs of all pupils, teachers adapt teaching and learning and the activities they provide on a daily basis. Teachers work to meet individual learning needs, and where pupils are identified as having special educational needs, the school provides for these additional needs in a variety of ways. The provision for pupils is related specifically to their needs. All classes have a Provision Maps which outlines differing levels of provision and strategies to ensure children progress.


This document lists the possible interventions against individual (or group) pupil needs. We have a wide range of inclusive provision:


  • in class support for small groups with a Teaching Assistant (TA)

  • small group or 1-1 work with a TA/Teacher

  • individual class support/individual withdrawal

  • differentiation of resources

  • specialised resources

  • learning mentor support/pastoral support



Overall School: 93.4%