Funtington Primary School

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Additional Needs Provision

In order to foster a 'love of learning’ many steps are taken to support children through their journey at Funtington School, encouraging them to always be ‘moving forward' in their learning.

We do this through ensuring that all children receive Quality First teaching, which includes differentiation of our curriculum for individuals and groups in its delivery and by outcome and also where appropriate through-
• the use of visual aids, a visual timetable & symbols
• the adjustment for varying learning styles and needs
• learning scaffolded where appropriate
• clear class routines and targets
• clear whole school/class rules and rewards
• differentiated guided reading & writing
• clear focus groups
• SEAL to develop social/emotional skills
• specific equipment in class to support learners

We believe that quality teaching is vital and will ensure that children progress well. However for some children there are occasions when further additional support may be needed to help them achieve their targets.
Please read more about how we support children with additional needs at our school, by reading our full local offer here. (A school’s local offer is a parent’s guide to how we support SEND at our school and aims to answer any questions you may have.)

 

SEN Information Report
  
 
 
Accessibility Plan

 

Safeguarding Statement

Funtington Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people in line with government legislation. The school expects all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment, raising concerns when necessary. We have a Child Protection policy and procedures in place. These can be viewed on our website or a copy can be read on request. Sometimes we work in partnership with other agencies where there are concerns about a child’s welfare. These concerns will be discussed with the child’s parents/carers first unless this would affect the child’s safety.