Our SEN Co-ordinator is Ms Rachelle Regan
Our deputy SEN C0-ordinator is Ms Nicole Addison
How do we increase disabled pupils’ ability to participate in curriculum?
We provide games as well as PE, which is easier to access.
We provide a lift pass to those students who require one so they can access all subjects.
We provide TA support to students who cannot scribe/read/hear.
We ensure that quality first teaching has differentiation throughout for all types of learners with all needs.
Our curriculum is not dependant upon a specific skill set, but broad and balanced (expressive arts, performing arts, core, STEM and humanities) accessible to all. Our extra-curricular offer also ensures breadth and depth so that all learners with all needs can access it.
All areas of the school are accessible for wheelchairs, with lifts and ramps.
What accessibility arrangements are there for learning and exams?
- a reader
- rest breaks
- extra time
- modified papers
- enlarged papers
- a separate room
- differentiated start times.