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Inclusion & SEN

Inclusion & SEN

We recognise that every student has different needs and from the personalised curriculum to the support from learning mentors, our aim is create an environment where every student can succeed and make the most of their time at KSA. Students with special educational needs are well supported within the Academy but staff work towards ensuring they become independent learners. Students' progress is monitored carefully. The inclusion department provides specialist tuition for students with additional educational needs through individual and small group programmes of study. It works in ways that are matched to the student’s particular needs providing, for example, literacy support and/or social, emotional and behaviour interventions. Partnership with students, their parents and other outside agencies ensures that students make good progress.

The varied teams that make up the school are committed to providing the best possible care and support to all students, especially those students who are faced with difficulties and challenges that present barriers to their learning.

These teams are keen to strengthen the partnerships between student, parents, Academy and other agencies to ensure that students receive the best possible support.

Vice Principal Claire Greaves oversees this department and has responsibility for Learning Support and Foundation Learning.

SENCO Kayleigh Incles is responsible for co-ordinating alternate provision.

SEN/Additional Needs Team

All SEN and specialist learning is managed by Vice Principal Claire Greaves.

SEN students are supported within classrooms through teaching assistants attached to faculties and through focused withdrawal support for literacy and numeracy. The main aim of the intervention is to equip students with the skills to become independent learners.

Members of staff:
Kayleigh Incles: SENCO with responsibilty for co-ordination of SEN students.
Claire Siddall: Responsible for literacy diagnostic testing and intervention programmes.
Sarah Wilkins: Assistant SENCO

Com 0.15 (the green room)
This centre is the main base for literacy interventions at Key Stage 3 and functional skills, English, mathematics and the Princes Trust at Key Stage 4. This is the main base for teaching assistants and SENCO.

The Hub
A small room facilitated by the SEN team to support students academically, socially and behaviourally. Progress leaders, SSO's and the Vice Prinipal in charge of behaviour are responsible for refferals to 'The Hub'.

Safeguarding Officer

Debbie Thomas is our Safeguarding Officer and her role is an academy wide role, across both primary and secondary phases. Mrs Thomas has responsibility for all safeguarding matters. She also responsible for ‘looked after’ students. Kirsty Farrar and Tony Segalini are also Safeguarding designates on site.

Our Special Education Need Policy can be found on the Brooke Weston Trust Policies page. Click here to view our Special Education Needs Policy.

SEN information report (Clause 65)