At Southbroom Infant School we are committed to ensuring that all SEN pupils have a broad and balanced curriculum that enables every child to access a wide variety of opportunities and experiences. The curriculum and provision at Southbroom will enable all SEN pupils to develop as individuals, enable them to express and communicate their views and ideas and develop skills and knowledge so that they have lively and enquiring minds which enables them to achieve their best possible outcomes.
Teaching staff are supported to enable children to be supported through a wide range of academic, physical and social needs. Support for children may be in the form of classroom-based support or in small group or one-to-one sessions, using resources from within the school and from the support services within the authority.
The school and the governing body regularly review the provision for children with special needs and ensure that staff are well prepared and trained.
If you would like to discuss any issues regarding your child or special educational needs, please speak to our SENCO, Amy Edwards, who will be happy to provide both information and support.
- Specialist Education Services
- The National ADD Information and Support Service
- The Dyspraxia Foundation
- National Autistic Society
- Autism Independent UK
- Aspergers Support
- Tourette Syndrome (UK) Association
- British Dyslexia Association
- The British Epilepsy Association
- Royal Institute for the Blind
- OCD UK