Our Enhanced Learning Provision
In addition to the classes in our main school, we are also fortunate to have an Enhanced Learning Provision (ELP) for children with physical and complex medical needs. Our ELP has 14 full time places for Reception to Year 6 pupils.
We offer a broad and balanced curriculum and learning is based on the individual needs of the child adapting the school day and curriculum to offer personalised delivery. Some of our ELP children are fully-integrated into our mainstream setting and we also have our Treehouse classroom, a smaller class that provides key children with specialist support so they can access the curriculum and wider school life in a way that is adapted to meet their specific needs. We provide children with support and strategies which enable them to develop their independence, whilst also making progress against their own personal targets and specific needs.
We work with a wide range of specialist professionals including speech and language therapists, physiotherapists, children’s hospital at home team and occupational therapists, who work with us to develop our inclusive provision, as well as working directly with pupils. We also work closely with other supporting services such as the Educational Psychologist Team. Our work with these agencies supports us in monitoring the progress individuals make and tailoring our provision to meet individuals’ needs.
As a fully inclusive school, our ELP children have regular access to all of the facilities across the school.