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Special Educational Needs

If I think my child has a difficulty with her learning what are special educational needs?

  • If a young person experiences persistent difficulty in making progress  and fails to close the attainment gap between herself  and her peers it may be there is  a barrier to her learning which needs investigating. The Code of Practice, which is statutory guidance for school and organisations with special educational needs, outlines four categories where a young person may have persistent difficulty.

  • Communication and interaction

  • Cognition and learning  

  • Social, emotional and mental health     

  • Sensory and/or physical needs