We value the abilities and achievements of all of our students and are committed to providing the best possible environment for learning. We aim to prepare each student to be able to increase their ability to cope with the demands of college, work and leisure, in life after school.
We aim for all of our students to be included, and to have access to a broad and balanced mainstream education. We actively encourage students with Special Educational Needs to be fully included within school and within the wider community.
The Special Educational Needs and Disability Co-ordinator, Ms Chapman supports our teachers along with additional support staff, as appropriate, to deliver appropriate differentiation so that all student needs are met.
Marion Chapman - SENDCO
We also employ additional support staff to assist in the learning environment and monitoring of impact and outcomes. HLTAs, are assigned to the core subjects English, maths and science; they work with the HoFs to support learners. Additional pastoral support for vulnerable learners is delivered in The Stand.
SEND Link Governor – Becka Pitts
The Academy has due regard to the Code of Practice 2014 and also the need to eliminate discrimination and other conduct prohibited by the Equality Act 2010, to advance equality of opportunity between people who share a protected characteristic and those who do not, and to foster good relations across all characteristics
We know that many students will have special educational needs at some time during their school life. We recognise that appropriate support and intervention through the implementation of this policy, will enable all students to experience and enjoy positive achievement.
Arrange a consultation
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require further information, or would like to talk to someone about your child's individual needs. To arrange a consultation with a member of the department please phone: 01603 481640
(For more detailed information about the Department's work please look at our SEND Policy and SEN Information Report).
Norfolk's Local Offer
Norfolk County Council is committed to ensuring that all children and young people have a good start in life. Some children and young people have special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) and these differing needs mean varied levels of support may be required at different times.