Special Educational Needs and Disability
Please do not hesitate to contact me on the details above or in school if you would like to discuss your child's progress, IEP, intervention or anything else related to Special Educational Needs and/or Disability.
Special Educational Needs and Disability Governor: Vacancy
At Roughlee Church of England Primary School we work with children and their families who have a wide range of special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). Our SEND philosophy places SEND children at the heart of personalised learning and our curriculum and provision is tailored to meet individual children’s needs. All pupils follow the National Curriculum at a level and pace suitable for their ability and to successfully match pupil ability to the Curriculum, we are committed to:
• Differentiated materials (both for reinforcement and extension).
• Access to ICT.
. A range of teaching and learning styles.
• Additional in class support.
• Additional out of class support.
• Flexible groupings (including small group work).
• An innovative and supportive curriculum.
• The appropriate use of rewards and sanctions.
• Mentoring and counselling.
• A broad range of extra-curricular activities.
• Assessment procedures that emphasise children’s strengths and achievements.
For further information please see our SEND Information Report, SEND Policy and School Local Offer.
ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder)
Further information and support can be found on these websites:
National Autistic Society
Sensory Circuits for the home
NHS Sensory Motor Skills
Speech and Language
Free Makaton Resources:
Speech and Language Games for Kids:
National Deaf Children Society:
Audible Free Audio Book for Children:
Positive Mental Health
Anxiety Resource Pack
Supporting Young People's Mental hHealth through Periods of Disruption:
Encouraging Reading and Writing
British Dyslexia Association
BDA, 'How I can help my child'
ADHD Help Guide
ADHD North West
Chadd- Free ADHD Toolkits
General SEND Resources
Music and Movement
Triple P Parenting
NSPCC Supporting SEND Children