Our Class Teachers closely monitor the progress made by all children in their class and ask advice from the SENCO (Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator) as soon as they have concerns about any of their pupils. The SENCO may then suggest activities such as small group work or special programmes to help the child. Examples of such groups in school are First Class Maths, Social Nurture Groups, Precision Teaching, Read Write Inc, Language Link, Wellcomm and the Beam Project. If the child continues to have difficulties, the SENCO and Class Teacher would suggest additional support and / or assessment. At this point, the child may be placed on the SEN Support Register after consultation with parents / carers.
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