SEND: Curriculum

All students attached to the SEND Base are entitled to a ‘broad and balanced curriculum’. It is expected that the students will largely attend mainstream classes with their peer group with an appropriate level of classroom support to facilitate their learning.   In some cases, students are withdrawn from some mainstream lessons as and when necessary.  During this time, the SEND Base staff will deliver an additional or alternative curriculum, such as literacy, numeracy or an enhanced personal development programme.  In addition to the National Curriculum, many students will receive speech and language therapy (according to the provision set out in their Statement).

After school clubs run on 4 days per week and include Rebound Therapy, which uses trampolines to help students to develop their motor control and coordination.  As demand changes we are able to offer other therapies or clubs such as Relaxation, Photography, Music, Art and Film Studies.

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