Our School Offer:
SEN INFORMATION REPORT
Holy Trinity Rosehill V.A. C.E. Primary school is an inclusive school, promoting a sense of community and belonging through its:
- Inclusive ethos
- Broad and balanced curriculum for all pupils
- Systems for early identification of barriers to learning and participation.
- High expectations and challenging targets for all children.
We welcome all pupils and their families, supporting all children whatever their needs and individual circumstances.
Our school mission statement indicates that Holy Trinity Rosehill VA CE Primary School:
“Give high priority to the spiritual development of pupils enabling them to develop attitudes of mutual respect and responsibility and to realise their full potential”.
This statement reflects our aim to educate all children by providing relevant experiences, to enable them to reach their full potential, whatever their needs.
“All pupils, including those with special educational needs share the right to a broad and balanced curriculum.”
At Holy Trinity Rosehill VA CE. Primary School we aim to help all children to benefit as fully as possible from their education. Children work mainly within their own class group, receiving a high level of first quality teaching, participating in intervention groups and accessing 1:1 support where appropriate.
Arrangements are made for pupils who have medical conditions so that they can access all areas of the curriculum through individual support, adaptations or modifications to all school based activities. Children will have a healthcare plan which will
specify the type and level of support required to meet the medical needs of such pupils.
This section is about the additional support our school offers children with SEND.
At Holy Trinity Rosehill VA CE Primary School all pupils receive first quality teaching from their class teacher, which may be supported by a teaching assistant. Teachers have high aspirations of all the children in their care, providing a range of teaching and learning styles to aid each individual to reach their full potential. Work is differentiated, either by task or outcome, and resources adapted to address the needs of all pupils. In some cases the curriculum will be adapted to ensure all pupils are learning and their needs and requirements are being met. There is access to I.C.T. equipment (Computer programs, laptops, I-pads, spell checkers etc) to help children access the curriculum fully. Children who are identified as having SEND may work within small groups, in or out of the classroom, supported by the class teacher and/or a teaching assistant.
Arrangements for accessing tests are made in accordance with the Standards and Testing Agency. This may include; additional time, a reader, a scribe or tests papers needing to be enlarged or modified.
All children are welcome and encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities provided by our school.
- Identification of children with special educational needs and/difficulties
- Parent concerns
- Involvement of pupils
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- Teaching and supporting children with special educational needs and/or difficulties
- Sharing of information with school staff, external agencies and parents
- Facilities and extra-curricular activities
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Click the links below to find out further information about the different areas of SEND:
- Cognition and Learning
- Communication and Interaction
- Sensory and Physical Needs
- Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties
- Delivery of school provision
- The role of teachers
- Adults working with your child
- External services and agencies
- Parental involvement
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- Communication with parents
- Assessing and evaluating pupil’s provision
- SEN policy
- LA Local offer
- Further information
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