SEND (Special Educational needs or Disabilities) Offer

Everyone learns in different ways and at different rates. Many children and young people will therefore need extra help at some time during their education.  In most cases schools and settings will help them overcome any difficulties by providing work that is suitable for their level of ability.  This is called differentiation.

However, some children and young people will have a learning difficulty or disability that requires special educational provision. This is provision that is different from and additional to that generally available to pupils of the same age. These children and young people may be identified as having special educational needs (SEN).

Our SEN policy is attached below as a PDF document.

Woodthorne SEND Policy Sep 2017

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