How are BSCS resources allocated and matched to a student’s SEN?
- At BSCS all students are encouraged to achieve their full potential; staff have high expectations of all learners whatever their starting point
- Students with SEND are taught in smaller classes in English and Maths where required
- At BSCS, we recognise that not all students with an identified SEND struggle with academic learning. For some, particularly those with high functioning Autism, support will need to be targeted to social and language mediation rather than the differentiation of learning objectives. Whatever your child’s level of academic ability, as parents/carers you will be invited to work with the Learning Support Team to ensure that the provision in place is effective
- If, despite a high level of support, your child fails to make progress it may be appropriate to apply for a greater level of provision. This decision will always be taken in consultation with parents/carers and will involve a period of assessment, observation and the advice of other agencies such as the Educational Psychology service