Church School Federation
“Pupils with disabilities and those with special educational needs make good progress because they are supported effectively, both in class and through individual help. Parents and carers are almost unanimous in strongly agreeing that their child is doing well at the school." Ofsted 2012
At Charleton Primary School, we are committed to offering an inclusive curriculum to ensure the best possible progress for all of our pupils whatever their needs or abilities.
We consider that the needs of the individual child are key to their learning success.
Children’s progress is regularly monitored and assessed and careful records are kept. Sometimes we find that a child does not make the progress we expect and when this happens, we talk with parents and appropriate steps are put in place to support the child.
The school’s SEN Lead is Mrs J. Higginson (Learning Academy Partnership (SW)) who liaises with staff - and other agencies where appropriate - to produce and maintain the statements of SEN in accordance with statutory guidelines.
The school allocates resources for pupils with special educational needs as required. A Learning Support Assistant may be allocated to support children with special educational needs within the classroom and in withdrawn groups according to their needs.
The procedure for individual identification, individual assessment arrangements and regular reviews are as follows:-
• Information assisting identification of SEN may be available from a number of sources including records from previous schools, information from parents or parental concerns.
• Concerns from the pupils themselves, or results of part National Curriculum assessments and information from class teachers.
• Observational analysis, particularly in the case of emotional/behavioural difficulties, relevant parental views, support agencies and where relevant, the views of the child.
Statements of Special Educational Need are called Educational Health and Care Plans.