At the heart of the work of every class is a continuous cycle of planning, teaching and assessment which takes account of the wide range of abilities, aptitudes and interests of the children. The majority of children will learn and progress within these arrangements. Where overall attainments and achievement in specific subjects fall significantly outside the expected range, pupils may have a Special Educational Need (SEN).
Children have a learning difficulty if they:
This may relate to impairments in communication and interaction, cognition and learning, behavioural, emotional and social development, or sensory or physical needs. For children who have a specific learning difficulty or a disability, our Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) policy outlines the educational support we provide. This is referred to as our ‘SEND Offer’, detailed below. This provision provided alongside the Shropshire local offer.
At St George’s Junior School, we provide a broad and balanced curriculum for all pupils:
Our SEN policy can be found on our Policies page
In line with new SEN code of practice, every school is to produce an SEN information report.
Please click on the link below to read the full report for St George’s Junior School:
Or click on one of the links below for a specific section of the report:
Click on the links below for information about the provision provided for different learning needs:
Provision – General and Moderate Learning Difficulties
Provision – Self Esteem and Attachment
Provision – Autistic Spectrum Disorder
Provision – Specific Learning Difficulties e.g. Dyslexia and Dyscalculia
Provision – Speech and language and communication
Provision – Hearing Impaired
Provision – Visually Impaired
Provision – Looked After Children
We seek to provide opportunities for all children to succeed and be challenged through the curriculum and in after school activities. If children excel in out of school activities these successes are celebrated in school assemblies. More able children are given opportunities to extend their skills through a range of methods. We seek to extend and challenge children in a variety of ways that serve to broaden their knowledge, understanding and skills and develop further the abilities they show.