The aim of the Inclusion Department is to “provide each of our pupils with the opportunity to fulfil their full potential in a caring and supportive environment, where high quality teaching and learning can take place ensuring success for all.”
SEN Policy Summary of Aims
- To ensure full entitlement and access for SEN pupils to high quality education within a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum, including access to the National Curriculum and public examinations, so that they can reach their full potential.
- To educate pupils with Special Educational Needs, in whatever way possible, alongside their peers within the normal curriculum of the school, and to provide pastoral and learning opportunities beyond those offered to mainstream pupils, and meeting the individual needs of the SEN pupils.
- To enhance self-esteem and to foster a joy in learning.
- To support pupils in choosing and implementing a suitable, rewarding career, or further education opportunities when they leave the school.
- To promote SEN as a whole school community by disseminating information and working in close partnership with senior management, pastoral, subject and welfare staff, by close contact with the school’s governing body, and by establishing strong working relationships with parents.
- To ensure that SEN pupils feel secure and valued in knowing that their achievements are celebrated.
- In order to achieve these aims the Department adopts a philosophy of full integration of SEN pupils into mainstream classes. However, where necessary, provision over and above that in place for mainstream pupils is available including Peer Reading, Literacy and Numeracy Intervention, In-Class Support (subject to funding) and Behaviour Management courses.
The overall aim of the Inclusion Department is to ensure that pupils with a specific need can access the mainstream curriculum.
To do this a number of specifically tailored interventions may be offered:
- In-Class Support
- Small group withdrawal in Literacy or Numeracy
- Peer Reading Scheme
- Use of ICT resources
Our SEN Policy and Information Report
Canon Slade School SEND Information Report
Canon Slade Accessibility Policy
Behaviour and Emotional Support
Our primary purpose is to support pupils with Behavioural, Emotional and Social Difficulties (BESD), thus enabling them to better access the curriculum and form positive relationships in school, both with staff and other pupils. This may involve:
- In-Class Support
- Group Intervention
- Individual Work and Counselling
The Inclusion Hub
The Inclusion Hub is led by Mrs E Price - SENCO
A Safe Haven
The Inclusion Hub is available to pupils in order to help promote social skills and encourage appropriate peer and adult interactions. Pupils can also complete homework and talk to staff about any difficulties they may be experiencing. Whilst priority is given to pupils on the SEN register, we encourage other pupils to use the resource if they wish to as they provide positive role models for social interactions.
If you have any questions about our provision, please do not hesitate to speak to us.
What to do if there is a Problem
Please make sure that you direct your query to the correct contact to ensure a speedier response.
For academic or pastoral issues you should use the school's main contact details. This will allow your query to be directed to the most appropriate person in school.
Tel: 01204 333343
If there is a need to discuss a specific learning need this should be discussed with our SENCO. This will potentially involve further information being collected, outside advice being sought and further discussion with agencies if necessary.
Tel: 01204 333343