Pupils with disabilities and special educational needs make good progress and many do better than this. They grow in confidence and all aim to do their best.
The progress of pupils with disabilities and those with special educational needs is closely checked each half term and teaching and learning adjusted if needed. Teachers, additional adults and leaders know the pupils well and ensure they are always challenged by the learning presented to them at their own level.
“Leadership ensures that all groups of pupils, including those with disabilities, special educational needs and those attracting the pupil premium, make good progress and, sometimes, even faster progress than other pupils. This is because the expectations of all pupils are equally high.”
Special Needs Coordinator Mrs Rachel Gillett
Special Needs Governor Mrs Olivia Briggs