At Newland St. John’s Primary Academy, we provide an ambitious curriculum which is rich in the knowledge and cultural capital that all pupils, and in particular those pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), need to succeed in life.
Those with SEND are part of every element of whole school life including our enrichment activities, School Council and Worship Squad.
Class teachers have responsibility, under the guidance of the SENCo, to ensure the curriculum they deliver is appropriately adapted to ensure that all pupils have appropriate access and are supported to achieve their expected outcomes. SEND or Personal Provision Plans detail the access arrangements needed for pupils to engage fully with the curriculum and are updated termly in collaboration with the pupil and their parents.
Provision demonstrates ambition for pupil outcomes but is mindful of pupils’ starting points and may demonstrate appropriate adaptions to ensure good progress. For a small minority of pupils personalised curriculums may be implemented.
The diagram below illustrates some of the adaptions (not exhaustive) that will be implemented. These will be adapted to suit the needs of the individual as well as the requirements of each subject.
By the end of the curriculum, SEND pupils will have the knowledge, skills and cultural capital that will enable them to be successful at secondary school and beyond. The impact of their successful access to our curriculum will be assessed through the multi-faceted approach applied to all pupils but also, in addition to this, through close monitoring by the SENCo and class teachers.
SEND Information for Parents
SEND Local Offer Letter
The local offer provides information for children and young people with special educational needs (SEND) and their parents or carers in a single place.
What is a local offer?
The local offer provides information on what services children, young people and their families can expect from a range of local agencies, including education, health and social care.
Knowing what is out there gives you more choice and therefore more control over what support is right for your child.
In Hull there is a lot of support available to children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities and their families. We have divided this information into 10 sections on the map below including early years, health, social care and becoming an adult.
To help you find the information you need either browse by hovering over The City or use the tabs at the bottom of the page. You can also use the search function at the top right of the screen. Type in what you are looking for and be directed to relevant sections within the website.
Link: Hull’s Local Offer
The local offer provides information on :-
- Special educational provision
- Health provision
- Social care provision
- Other educational provision
- Training provision
- Travel arrangements for children and young people to schools, colleges and early years education; and preparing for adulthood, including housing, employment and leisure opportunities.
Please contact Miss S Jones – SENCO