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SEN Documentation

Intent 

 

The intent of Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) provision at Broomwood Primary School is;

 

That all pupils with Special educational Needs and Disabilities experience success; that they achieve well and develop as individuals and members of the community. 

 

Aims of SEND 

 

Through the application of the SEND policy, we aim to;

 

  • Think positively - the whole school community (pupils, parents and staff) believing that all pupils, including those with SEND are capable, can achieve and be successful.   
  • Reduce barriers - taking practical steps so our school environment, facilities, curriculum and practices reduce barriers and are accessible to all.
  • Work in partnership - giving children the opportunity to voice their wishes and drawing upon knowledge and expertise of parents and carers in relation to their child. 
  • Assess accurately - tracking progress of pupils with SEND regularly and adjusting provision in light of ongoing monitoring.
  • Be creative - to think outside of the box in coming up with solutions to meet the needs of pupils with SEND.
  • Be responsive - to individuals needs of all children.
  • Be effective - in targeting additional support using a judicious blend of in class support and withdrawal or intervention classes. 
  • Be reflective - Monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of our provision for pupils with SEND to ensure we are providing equality of opportunity and value for money. 

 

 

 

Dyslexia videos

Support with memory

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dijbfh5wWUs

Support with organisation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvbXQHfC880

Support with handwriting

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCnuBfJbuBI

Support with spelling

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfA_lQHZjvY

 

 

Happy Autism Awareness month! This morning in assembly we have been learning a little more about autism. Did you know the famous people below are thought to have (or had) autism? 

I have also uploaded some videos which may help to talk to your children about autism. 

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Links with Pictor School

Respect for the older generation, especially older members of our community on the Broomwood estate

Anti Bullying Week – emphasis on RESPECT, drawing on a variety of aspects – racism, e-safety, homophobia, religions and belief systems.

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