|Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND)|
At Larkfields Junior School, we are proud to have a positive ethos of inclusion for all our children that have additional or special educational needs. All staff, in liaison with parents, work hard to ensure the needs of all children with any additional need are supported and challenged.
All teaching staff endeavour to ensure that all children make progress and achieve to the best of their ability regardless of their starting point regardless of their gender, ethnicity, religion, social background, sexual identity, physical ability, or educational needs. We recognise that sometimes children may need extra support to achieve to their full potential.
We aim to instil in all our children an understanding of others and seek to encourage respect for ourselves, as well as for our peers, whilst developing confidence, self-esteem and the ability to make decisions. We foster an environment in which all children are encouraged to take care of each other.
We recognise that some children find mainstream provision a challenge and need a smaller class size with specific teaching methods and differentiated resources and learning opportunities. Through our Enhanced provision, we can provide this style of teaching for children with more complex needs.
For further information, you may find it useful to view the Nottinghamshire Local Offer, our SEND Policy and our School Information Report (links are found at the right of this page).
You can also click here to view our LJS Information Report
If you are unable to find the answer to any of your questions or if you are worried about your child’s progress, please contact our SENDCo Mrs L Ringham.
You can contact her through the following ways:
|SEND Information Report|
|Enhanced Provision Policy|
|Our Accessibility Plan|
|The Four Areas of Need|
|SEN Staff Training|
|The SEND Local Offer aims to bring together helpful and useful information for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their families. It is a comprehensive guide to services and support all in one place. Please visit the following webpage and youtube link for information on support and provision that can be found in Nottinghamshire.|
Further SEND Support links:
|Social, Emotional & Mental Health Needs|
|Cognition and Learning|
|Physical and Sensory Needs|
|Communication and Interation|