Special Educational Needs (SEN)
Mr Forde is our SEN Coordinator.
He holds a drop in session for parents/carers on Thursday after school. Please contact him through the school office if you need to make an appointment to see him.
For a copy of our SEN policy please click on the link below and you will also find a link to our IEP document. This is an Individual Education Plan that identifies the needs and provision of all our pupils who are on the SEN Register, the IEP is shared with both pupils and parents on a termly basis.
Interventions @ BGP
Our pupil’s educational needs will change throughout their time here at Broadgreen Primary School. In most cases, quality first teaching by the child’s class teacher and class Learning Support Assistant will meet most needs. Some children will require extra support in the form of small group work, one-to-one tuition, precision teaching techniques or other forms of specialised teaching approaches. Occasionally, external agencies will be brought in to offer specialised teaching support or training for staff.
Within Broadgreen Primary School, additional support is offered after staff discussions with the Headteacher through termly pupil progress meetings. Where a child needs further support, extra intervention groups are offered to support the pupil in question. Mr Forde, as SENCO and Assistant Head Teacher works with pupils in Key Stage 2 alongside Mrs D Moore, Senior Learning SupportOfficer. Specialised intervention sessions in all areas of the core curriculum ensure that pupils have their additional needs met. In Key Stage 1, Mrs. A Schofield, Senior Learning Support Officer, also works with pupils who require additional support following class teacher discussions with the Headteacher.
Further support is offered by Learning Support Assistant, Mrs S Dobson, who works with pupils from all year groups with an emphasis on reading intervention based in our school library.
Supporting the children with pastoral care and social issues is Mrs C Ellis, Social Inclusion Officer, who works with all year groups and has a wide remit in ensuring that all aspects of our pupils’ safety and welfare, including attendance, is met.
Liverpool’s Local Offer website is now live. You can find information about services available in the city for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities. The website sits in the Early Help Directory (formerly the Family Services Directory).
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