We have a dedicated Learning Support Department which provides tailored interventions and support for the 15 per cent of pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND). Lead by a dedicated Head of Learning Support, our team of experienced SEND staff support pupils in class, within small groups or during one-on-one sessions depending on their individual needs. An external Speech and Language Therapist also visits the School regularly to host one to one sessions with particular pupils. All pupils with SEND have a Pupil Passport; this is a working document detailing targets, progress and any other relevant information. Pupils with SEND are monitored closely by the department; small and larger group interventions and one to one sessions are delivered to support the progress of all pupils in our care, whatever their individual requirements and including any pupil with an EHC plan. Pupils for whom English is an additional language are fully immersed in all aspects of school life; some pupils may receive English language enrichment support through the Learning Support department.
We believe that pupils who feel relaxed, secure, and understood are more able to achieve their potential and to that end we have a dedicated School Counsellor who offers counselling and a range of other interventions for emotional, social and wellbeing support.
For further information, please do not hesitate to contact the School directly.