THE STONEBRIDGE SCHOOL OFFER
How does the school meet the needs of children with SEND?
The school meets the needs of all children including those with SEND in a number of ways.
- Quality first teaching and a differentiated curriculum
- Use of a range of resources
- Through experiences and educational visits
- Involvement with outside agencies
- Specific interventions to meet particular needs
- The SENCO support the class teachers in planning for children with SEND.
- The school has a training plan for all staff to improve the teaching and learning of children including those with SEND. This includes whole school training on SEND issues such as social, emotional and mental health needs, Autistic Spectrum disorders (ASD), Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD), Moderate learning difficulties (MLD), Down's Syndrome and Speech and Language Difficulties.
- Individual teachers also and support staff attend training courses run by external agencies that are relevant to the needs of specific children in their class e.g., in class support from BOAT when a child has a diagnosis of ASD as well training by outside providers and the LA. There are also online training materials such as the Inclusion Development Programme, Advanced Teacher Materials which have resources and training modules for particular aspects of SEND. All staff are aware of these materials.
- LATA’s also have half termly training as well as ongoing training in respect to the role they are carrying out.
For more information
Please click here to view Stonebridge School's SEND Information Report and click here to view Brent's Local Offer and minimum standards document.
For further information please email our SENCO (Michelle Anderson)