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‘Valuing diversity, promoting curiosity and inspiring excellence.’

Q5. How is extra support allocated to children and how do we know that they progress in their learning?

The school budget, received from Enfield LA, includes money for supporting children with SEN.

The Head Teacher decides on the deployment of resources for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, in consultation with the Senior Leadership Team on the basis of needs in the school.

The Head Teacher, Deputy and Assistant Head teachers and the SENCO discuss all the information they have about SEND in the school, including the children getting extra support already, the children needing extra support, and the children who have been identified as not making as much progress as would be expected.

From this information, they decide what resources/training and support is needed.
The school identifies provision for SEND pupils on a whole school provision map (see Appendix 1) under the four areas of need (Communication and Interaction; Cognition and Learning; Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties; Sensory and Physical Needs)