SEN Information Report 

 

Saint Nathaniel's is a mainstream academy with an inclusive ethos.

 

We believe that:

  • Every child is entitled to experience success.

  • Every child is entitled to have his or her particular needs recognised and addressed.

  • Every child is entitled to the greatest possible access to a broad and balanced curriculum, including the National Curriculum.

  • Every child, where appropriate, should be taught together with their peers, for as much time as possible.

  • There is flexibility to provide special provision in relation to the individual needs of the child.

  • It is the responsibility of all teachers to identify and meet the SEN of children.

  • The SEN budget should be targeted to meet the needs of those children identified on the SEN register.

  • Special education provision is more effective if children and parents are fully involved.

What kinds of SEND does the school provide for?

St Nathaniel’s Academy accommodates all SEND in line with the Equality Act (2010) and provision is available for all four areas of need outlined in the 2015 SEND Code of Practice. These include:

  • Communication and interaction - e.g. speech and language & ASD

  • Cognition and learning - e.g. dyslexia, dyspraxia

  • Social, emotional and mental health difficulties - e.g. behaviours linked to attachment, anxiety and difficulties developing friendships

  • Sensory and/or physical needs - e.g.Hearing & visual impairments, Cerebral Palsy and Downs Syndrome.

 

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