Special Educational Needs
Without exception, every pupil will need extra support or challenge during their education. The level and type of support required will vary in every situation. Support can range from extra support over a short period of time to daily intensive support that allows a child to access an education.
Lyde Green Primary offers support using two distinct approaches.
Firstly classteachers, working with our SENDCo Philippa Whale, use a range of inclusion and support strategies that are applied within Mainstream classrooms. More details can be found in our Mainstream provision document below.
Secondly Lyde Green Access Centre provides bespoke, specialist provision for children upon the Autistic Spectrum and with Specific Learning Difficulties (SLD). Led by Louise Wilcox (Access Centre Leader) the Access Centre works with the Local Authority to provided places for pupils for the duration of the Key Stage 1 education. More details can be found in our Access Centre provision document below.
The two approaches work closely together and provide inclusion opportunities whenever possible.