At Selston High School we truly believe that every student should be equally valued and should be given the opportunity to realise their full potential, regardless of ability.
We are very proud of our provision for learning support as this enables us to ensure that every student is supported to reach their potential. The Learning Support department responds to any special educational needs that students have and indeed recognises that most students may have special needs at some stage of their education.
Students with learning needs receive support to help them access all lessons and this can take various forms, including:
Specific transition packages to support the move from Primary School
Work which is adapted to your child's ability
Withdrawal from some lessons to follow personalised programmes for literacy & numeracy
An adapted curriculum in Key Stage 3 to support-learners who are below the national expectations in English and Mathematics
Small group work with teaching assistants both in class and in the learning support unit
Support form external agencies
Taster days and visits to colleges and other providers to support transition to post-16
Lunch time and break time support
Students with special educational needs are integrated as fully as possible into the educational and social life of the school and have their needs met in the least restrictive environment.
The Learning Support department is housed in a discrete block which offers a base for students at breaks and lunchtimes, teaching rooms, computers, a kitchen for life skills and a sensory room.
Our SEND Local Offer and Information Report
Our SEND Policy
For more detail please see our entry on the Notts Help Yourself Website - below
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