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ST STEPHEN AND ALL MARTYRS' CofE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Achieve · Believe · Care

How will my child be helped at SSAM School?

How Does St Stephen & All Martyrs’ help my child if they have difficulties with Learning?

Wave One

Universal

All Pupils

Wave Two

Interventions

(In addition to universal provision)

 

Wave Three

Special Educational Needs

(In addition to universal provision & following interventions)

 

  • Quality first teaching and graduated approach throughout school
  • Differentiated curriculum planning, activities, delivery & outcomes
  • Individual target setting for numeracy, reading and writing
  • Working walls
  • Learning objectives & Success criteria clearly communicated
  • In-class targeted teacher support
  • In-class Teaching assistant support within class teaching(small group or individual)
  • Group guided reading with class teacher or teaching assistant
  • Structured Phonics programme (daily)
  • Online personalised Bug Club reading scheme
  • Peer and self-assessment
  • Learning style awareness- visual, auditory, kinaesthetic approach
  • Language For literacy programme
  • Termly Pupil Progress monitoring
  • Reporting to Parents (November & March)
  • Written report (July)
  • Use of ICT, whiteboards. I-pads, laptops, PC’s
  • Improved provision of outdoor learning environment
  • Access to lunchtime clubs
  • Access to extra curricula activities
  • WOW events e.g. visiting theatre
  • Whole school policies:
    • Teaching & learning
    • SEND policy

 

  • Concerns noted by class teacher & progress carefully monitored
  • In-class additional targeted teacher support
  • In-class additional Teaching assistant support within class teaching(small group or individual)
  • Pre-teaching of vocabulary and concepts
  • Opportunities for over learning
  • Additional intervention(s) discussed at Pupil progress meeting to address lack of progress/ barriers to learning
  • Numicon / Numeracy/ Year 6 Numeracy booster groups, 1:1 numeracy support / Key Stage One Phonics Catch up/ Y2 SATS Literacy Support/
  • Consultation with Numeracy Co-ordinator, Literacy co-ordinator & Achievement for all Co-ordinator to determine intervention / level needed
  • Parents informed of intervention agreed on, progress and outcomes
  • Initial assessments for interventions
  • Targets and outcomes agreed with co-ordinator, class teacher, teacher / teaching assistant providing intervention, parents, child
  • Timed interventions
  • Additional us of visual and practical resources
  • Impact of intervention measured
  • Access to laptops

 

  • Additional Special needs provision mapping by Special Needs Coordinator for all pupils on the Special Needs register
  • Parents informed of continuing needs and next steps for Special Needs support
  • Advice & support from Special Needs Coordinator/ other agencies
  • Specialist teacher (Specific Learning difficulties) interventions (one to one & small group support) for reading, reading comprehension & spelling
  • Numeracy teacher interventions
  • Individual provision / education plan and desired outcomes agreed at least termly
  • Initial assessments for interventions
  • Targets and outcomes agreed with SENCo, class teacher, specialist teacher, parents, child
  • Timed interventions
  • Additional use of visual and practical resources
  • Impact of intervention measured
  • Review of provision with parents, class teacher, specialist teacher & involved agencies at least termly
  • Access to laptops
  • Additional use of special needs visual and practical resources
  • Involvement of Outside agencies:
  • Ladywood Outreach Service advise & deliver 1:1 intervention programme
  • Educational Psychologist-assessment, advice & recommendations
  • One to one provision by Special Needs assistants for pupils with statement of special educational need
  • Annual review for pupils with a statement of SEN/ Education Health & Care Plan
  • Views of families and child/ young person reflected

How Does St Stephen & All Martyrs’ help my child if they have difficulties with Communication and Interaction?

Wave One

Universal

All Pupils

 

Wave Two

Interventions

(In addition to universal provision)

 

Wave Three

Special Educational Needs

(In addition to universal provision & following interventions)

 

  • Differentiated curriculum planning, activities, delivery & outcomes e.g. simplified language, key words
  • Structured school & class routines
  • Use of visuals/ICT
  • Talking partners

 

  • Visual timetables
  • Early years Speech & language programme for Reception
  • ICT programmes for vocabulary & grammar
  • Additional language skills interventions for pupils with English as an additional language
  • Individual working station
  • Advice & resources from ELKLAN trained teaching assistant Mrs Haslam

 

  • Intervention groups by ELKLAN trained teaching assistant
  • WELCOMME Intervention

Involvement of outside agencies:

  • Speech & Language therapy(SALT) clinic-based intervention /
  • School based programme delivered by Special Needs assistant
  • Ladywood Outreach Service advise & deliver 1:1 intervention

How Does St Stephen & All Martyrs’ help my child if they have difficulties with Behaviour?

Wave One

Universal

All Pupils

Wave Two

Interventions

(In addition to universal provision)

Wave Three

Special Educational Needs

(In addition to universal provision & following interventions)

  • Consistent, positive discipline policy based on rights, rules, responsibilities and encouraging good choices
  • Whole school rules, rewards & consequences
  • Yellow & red traffic light system
  • Clear, consistent whole school expectations and aspirations
  • Star of the Week awards systems
  • Bee (KS1) and Star (KS2) reward system
  • ‘I caught you being good’ cards
  • Loss of Break or Lunchtime-(Time out with Learning Mentor to reflect on incidents)
  • Playtime intervention
  • Conflict resolution
  • Calming room
  • Social & emotional aspects of Learning (PHSCE)
  • Playground Pals
  • Lunchtime Peer Mediators
  • Learning Mentor support
  • Policies: Discipline, Anti Bullying, Child Protection. E Safety
  • Bereavement support
  • Individual reward charts
  • Monitoring by Learning Mentor
  • Prompt and reminder cards
  • Home/school diary
  • Time out
  • Individual working station
  • Social skills programme delivered by Learning Mentor
  • Self-esteem programme delivered by Learning Mentor

 

  • Behaviour interventions led by Learning Mentor
  • Buddy support
  • Behaviour Support Service- advice, recommendations, work with parents/carers
  • Parenting Courses
  • Educational Psychologist-assessment, advice & recommendations
  • Child And Mental Health Service (CAMHS)- assessment, advice & recommendations
  • Children’s opportunity group

 

How Does St Stephen & All Martyrs’ help my child if they have difficulties with Physical/Medical needs?

Wave One

Universal

All Pupils

 

Wave Two

Interventions

(In addition to universal provision)

 

Wave Three

Special Educational Needs

(In addition to universal provision & following interventions)

  • Register of Sensory/physical/ medical needs
  • Staff made aware of needs/impairment / disability / medication or emergency treatment or procedures
  • Whole staff training for emergency treatment e.g. Epipen use
  • Appropriately trained staff e.g. Paediatric first aider, First aider At work
  • Administration of medicines procedures e.g. Consent form

 

  • Involvement of Sensory Support Service
  • Use of on-site Sensory room
  • Advice/recommendations from school nursing team/ medical team/ sensory support team
  • Health Care plan /Risk assessment in place
  • Training for named staff for administration of medication (Insulin)
  • Staff follow recommendations from medical team
  • Specialist pencils, pencil grips

Involvement of outside services:

  • Health professional visits, advice, and recommendations- school nurse, GP, Paediatrician, occupational therapist etc…

 

How Does St Stephen & All Martyrs’ help my child if they have difficulties with going to secondary school?

Wave One

Universal

All Pupils

 

Wave Two

Interventions

(In addition to universal provision)

 

Wave Three

Special Educational Needs

(In addition to universal provision & following interventions)

 

  • Transition visits at the end of term for all pupils
  • Visits from staff from feeder secondary schools
  • Visits to local secondary schools to participate in activities and intake days
  • Head of Year/Form teacher to attend meetings with class teacher
  • Exchange of data
  • Open evenings
  • Additional visits to secondary school accompanied by Learning Mentor
  • Support to parents in liaising with secondary school to discuss concerns and provision

 

  • Transition booklets / programme at the end of each term for pupils with statement of needs/ Education, heath & care plan Additional visits to secondary school arranged by Special Needs Coordinator
  • Specific transitional activities & teaching to prepare by Ladywood Outreach service
  • Support to parents in liaising with secondary school to discuss concerns and provision

 

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