Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
All children are provided for according to their own special educational needs. Some children may receive extra help as identified by their teachers. Extra attention or materials will be provided, as required. Some children may receive extra individual or group support provided by a teacher or teaching assistant. A social language group is particularly effective in supporting pupils with communication and social difficulties. In the same manner, children who have exceptional talents and ability will be identified and supported. A termly programme of testing and assessment is designed to track pupils of all abilities to ensure that all needs are met and that targets can be set for pupils of all abilities.
Parents/Carers are kept fully informed of any identification of Special Educational Needs and progress made.
The name of the member of staff having responsibility for the school's arrangements for identifying and meeting the special needs of pupils is Mrs Chadwick.
The school budgets for SEN children including pupils with an Education Health Care Plan/Statement of Special Educational Need.
Below you can download details of our current SEND provision, our Local Offer (contained within our SEND policy) and our Governors Annual SEN Report to Parents. Further information is also available at the East Riding Local Offer website, along with the East Riding SEND newsletter.
|ERYC SEND Newsletter_Issue 1||[pdf 396KB]|
|ERYC SEND Newsletter_Issue 2||[pdf 419KB]|
|ERYC SEND Newsletter_Issue 3||[pdf 661KB]|
|ERYC SEND Newsletter_Issue 4||[pdf 465KB]|
|SEND and Inclusion Policy_Nov 18||[pdf 346KB]|