Special Educational Needs/Disabilities
The SEN code of Practice reflects the new statutory framework 2014 for inclusion and is a graduated approach to matching provision for pupil’s special educational needs.
The SEN categories are:
SEN includes any child who may require extra support because of a cognition/learning difficulty, a social, mental, emotional difficulty or a communication and interaction difficulty, a sensory or physical disability albeit temporary or permanent.
All children including those with special educational needs and those with disabilities admitted to the school have access to the full curriculum offered by the school.
Teaching Assistants support children with Individual Education Plans in classrooms
The school buildings have the following disabled facilities:-
Useful links / information
Beam is run by The Children's Society, a national charity that works with the most vulnerable children and young people in Britain today.
For more information about the organisation, as well as details of their various projects, please visit their website: https://www.childrenssociety.org.uk
Beam offer wellbeing drop in sessions for children and young people under the age of 25, their parents and carers. Beam also run workshops which provide
group support relating to a range of common mental health and emotional wellbeing topics such as anger and anxiety as well as expressing emotions.
Details of the drop in session days and times, and the workshop calendar can be found below:
Beam Drop in Sessions
Beam Workshop Calendar