School works collaboratively with a range of professionals within the authority, e.g. psychologists, speech therapists, teachers of the deaf, occupational therapists, physiotherapists and doctors. The team of teacher and teaching assistants aims to provide individualised education programmes and to promote as much inclusion as possible in mainstream classes. This often means participation, possibly with support, in the majority of the curriculum, with Literacy and Numeracy skills being taught in small groups.

Teaching Assistants work with various groups of children across school each morning and afternoon, running small groups and supporting both children and teachers in class.

Local Offer

At Wrockwardine Wood CofE Junior School we are committed to ensuring each child reaches and exceeds their potential, by providing them with personalised support. We acknowledge that many children will have a special educational need at some point in their school life and we strive to accommodate every aspect of their needs whether educational, physical, social, emotional or behavioural.

SEN Information Report – 2017-2018