Through a graduated approach we aim to involve young people with SEND in their education as much as possible. Looking at each pupil with SEND and placing them at the centre of planning, assessment, implementing and reviewing of their individual progress. This will be achieved though involving pupils as much as reasonably possible in developing their one page profiles and planning targets accordingly. We adopt the SMART principles where it is believed any short or long term target for progress should be specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and timed. Pupils with SEND will access appropriate learning and experience a broad range of formal and informal opportunities. We plan to ensure that pupils have access to a broad and balanced curriculum that incorporates the interests of all pupils. The new curriculum is based on the interests of all pupils and has been developed with the support and viewpoints of the school council. We will ensure that SEND pupils take as full a part as possible as soon as possible and are provided with a differentiated curriculum appropriate to their needs and abilities. This has been developed with both the SEN Cop and disability discrimination act in mind, outlining that a school provider must make ‘reasonable adjustments’ to include all pupils with SEND.
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