You have created an inclusive school community where all children have an equal opportunity to be successful, irrespective of their backgrounds or their abilities.
At Golborne & Maxilla, we have a 3 tiered approach to supporting a child’s learning.
Universal – this is the quality first teaching your child will receive from teaching staff and may include some very minor adaptations to match learning needs.
Targeted – it may be appropriate to consider making additional short term special educational provision to remove or reduce any obstacles to your child’s learning. This takes the form of a graduated four part approach of a) assessing your child’s needs, b) planning the most effective and appropriate intervention, c) providing this intervention and d) reviewing the impact on your child’s progress towards individual learning outcomes. Specific targeted one to one or small group interventions may be run alongside the classroom. These will be limited to a number a weeks to minimise disruption to the regular curriculum. You will be kept informed of your child’s progress towards learning outcomes.
Specialist – it may be necessary to seek specialist advice and regular long term support from a specialist professional outside the school in order to plan for the best possible learning outcomes for your child. This may include educational psychology, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, sensory advisory teachers and the child development service.
For a very small number of pupils access to these specialists may be through a Statement of SEN or an EHC Plan.
The current interventions provided at Golborne & Maxilla include:
- Communication and Language groups
- Physical support
- Maths intervention
- Social skills
For further information regarding the borough’s core offer please go to here