Here at Fearnville Primary School we feel it is important to work together with parents and carers to make sure we provide the best possible education for all our pupils. We ensure that the teaching matches the child’s needs which enables all pupils to make progress.
However, some children may experience difficulties at some point during their education. This can be for learning, behaviour or medical needs. However with school and home working together to support all children, most children will be able to overcome these difficulties.
There are some children who will need extra help with their learning in the classroom and may also need to work in smaller groups for additional support at other times in the school day.
The children placed on the special educational needs register have targets set for them to help them progress with their learning. The progress of these pupils is reviewed each term.
If your child is identified as having Special Educational Needs, you will be invited to talk to the class teacher and myself, the Special Needs Co-ordinator. In some cases we may discuss the possibility of seeking the expert advice of an outside agency, e.g. Learning Support Services, the Educational Psychologist or the Visual Impairment Team.
If you would like to discuss your child’s progress at any point you can speak to your child’s class teacher or you can contact me directly .Please ring the main office and arrange a mutually convenient time for us to meet.
Assistant Headteacher for Inclusion & SEN