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Learning Goals

How will you support my child to reach his/her learning goals?

  • Our Mission Statement has always sought to promote the education of young women and academic excellence and strive to enable all pupils to aspire to achieve, the journey will be the same for young people with special educational needs, however we recognise that she may need additional provision to enable her to manage school, aspire and achieve.  

  • The strategies to improve outcomes may be short (such as revision classes, peer tutoring, after school sessions) or long depending on the progress your daughter makes.  (Early morning reading warm ups, peer mentor support, Homework Club and mentoring by a member of staff.)  This provision will be reviewed termly either in a meeting, by parent mail or via telephone conversations with parents. Parents may want to see the data and records that demonstrate outcomes for the provision, this data can be both quantitative and qualitative.

  • External agencies and specialists will also review your child’s progress and adapt their planning accordingly.

  • What if my daughter is put onto the SEN Register, will this be a label for ever?   If your daughter has persistent difficulty with learning , post assessment and parent consultation, she will added to the Special Education Register which acts as an alert to all staff that this young person needs additional support, the reasons why and methods for  supporting her in class. The aim of the school is to put the right provision in place so that the he young person makes good progress and can be taken off the register. However, whilst on it  the register  acts as an insurance that the young person will receive the necessary provision to help her have good outcomes in spite of having a barrier to learning like  for example dyspraxia or speech and language difficulties. When your daughter makes good progress she will be taken off the register and, for an interim, put on a monitoring list as often young people need temporary support again when experiencing transition to exam work.

  • There are a few young people who need to remain on the register for a variety of reasons, for example; their medical needs are a long term condition or they need on-going long term support for their mental health.