Special Educational Needs & Disability
We give high priority to children in our school who may need extra support with their learning. This could be children who are having some particular difficulty or who are particularly able in an area and need a programme to support them. We also look to support children using the government’s Pupil Premium.
If a child is having some difficulties with their school work, the class teacher will have a discussion with the Special Needs Coordinator (SENCo). Informal advice may be given and this may be all that is needed. Where further concerns exist additional targeted provision is identified. Support to reach these targets may come from a Teaching Assistant working individually or with small groups of children. It may also be through the class teacher targeting a group of children with additional work and support for a short period of time.
In light of the changes outlined in the Children & Families Act (2014) at Nova Primary School we actively consulted with parents, carers and young people to gather their views about how these changes have affected them. If you would like further information on the changes please follow this link: SEND Changes Sept 2014
Thank you to all the parents who took part in our SEN Consultations which took place on Monday 23rd and Tuesday 24th March 2015.
If you would like to find out more information about Bristol City Council’s Local Offer follow this link:Bristol City Council’s Local Offer
The Education Local Offer shows the special educational provision and training available in Bristol. It also includes information about Education, Health and Care Plans, funding arrangements for education settings and travel arrangements.
All Governing Bodies must publish an SEN information report under the Children & Families Act (2014). This will include details of the expertise already available in school and how you can access specialist equipment and services. Follow this link to view Nova Primary School Special Educational Needs Information Report 17-18
If you would like to discuss anything in relation to SEND please contact Mrs Morris directly via email@example.com or the school office.