Pupils with learning difficulties and disabilities (LDD) receive high quality learning support delivered by a team of specialist teacher and support staff under the management of the SENCO. The school provides a combination of appropriately modified curricula, in-class support, small group work and 1:1 support. Depending on individual needs this ensures that all pupils receive the help they needto achieve success.Each department is responsible for monitoring the progress of all pupils, with or without LDD. Underpinning provision for pupils withspecial educational needs is the development and maintenance of close relationships with parents and support agencies. The school’scomprehensive LDD Policy is available on request.
There are many opportunities for pupils to take part in extra curricular activities. These vary each year depending on staff and pupil interest and demand.In addition many subject areas offer opportunities to take part in educationalexperiences and visits, for example to the theatre or major sporting events. Theschool has an Educational Visits Coordinator.
The school actively encourages positive press coverage and from time to time invites the Press into school to take photographs of events. In addition, we use photographs on the school website. An “opt-out” policy operates for any parents who DO NOT wish their child to appear in such coverage or photographs which appear in articles, on the web site, the school prospectus or other printed publications that we produce as well as on project display boards at our school. Photographs or film footage of a visiting dignitary or high profile event may be covered by the Press and images may appear in local or national newspapers, or on televised news programmes.If you
wish your child to take part in such marketing activities please write to the Headteacher stating clearly that you do notwish your child to be featured in this way.
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