There may be times when parents become concerned about their child's development. If this is the case please come in and talk to the class teacher. We can involve our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator [SENCo] Mrs Jackson and discuss ways to help accelerate progress.
There is also a parent helpline provided by Educational Psychology if you are concerned that your child is not learning at the same rate as that of his/her peers and that more specialist support may be required. Details are posted below.
If you are expecting your child to attend South Green Infant & Nursery but they are currently pre-school and you know they are going to need specialist support or think they are not meeting the developmental age related milestones please contact us.
The earlier we know about a child's needs, the earlier we can put things in place. In school there are a number of interventions we use as part of everyday learning but if we need specialist support or a child needs to have extra funding in order to ensure they can access the curriculum, the process to get that support can take over a year.
It is therefore vital that the school knows early so we can start the process of collecting evidence to show what support is needed.
At South Green Infant and Nursery School, every teacher is a teacher of children with SEND. Inclusion is a thread that runs through every area of the school enhanced by collaboration between the senior leaders, teachers, support staff, external agencies, parents and most importantly, the child.
At South Green Infant and Nursery School, pupils with SEND will:
At South Green Infant School and Nursery, pupils with SEND may:
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