SEND Provision at King Charles School

Special Educational Needs & Disabilities

At King Charles, we believe that every child is unique and has individual needs.

King Charles is an inclusive school and welcomes all children. We have a dedicated staff who are trained to personalise learning in order to meet the needs of all children in our care. At times, children may require additional support, either short or long term, to make progress and King Charles fulfil their potential.

Examples of support we offer may include:

>Reading, writing or mathematics interventions

>Social, emotional or behaviour programmes

>Visual, speech and language, hearing or mobility support

All children with special educational needs & disabilities have individual targets recorded on an individualised provision map (IPM). Parents, and pupils (where appropriate), will be invited to termly meetings to review progress against their targets and will be involved in setting new targets for the term ahead.

Parents are welcome to make an appointment via the school office to meet with the class teacher or SENCO at any time to discuss pupil progress or how to best support their child at home. The Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) is Mrs Debbie Byrom.

Our school has two lifts, one housed in the ‘new’ building and one in the ‘main’ building to ensure wheelchair access to the first floor classrooms. There is a disabled toilet with a hoist and a changing table located in the main building. Space can be made available for simple physiotherapy. Ramps are used to ensure access to all parts of the school and grounds. The staff car park has a dedicated disabled badge holder space.
Enabling Every Pupil to Succeed
We are committed to our core purpose - to be a school where everyone shines.
To enable every pupil to shine through accessing our curriculum, we have set out the steps we will take for all pupils in all subjects with varying needs and barriers in action.
Click this link to see how we support all pupils to access the curriculum through personalising our provision regardless of their special educational need or disability (SEND).

To support you further, Mrs Byrom has collated a list of useful weblinks which can be viewed in the link below: