‘Your help, support and understanding has been invaluableParent
to get the best help for my child, thank you!’
‘It is recognised and to be celebrated that X is being well supported. Her school has put in place an appropriate range of evidence-based approaches, strategies and interventions. Consequently, X has built secure and trusting relationships with members of staff and her attendance has increased which is a real success.’Educational Psychologist
‘Staff used a range of approaches well to support X. Language was pitched at an appropriate level and visual resources were used to reinforce the structure of the session.’Inclusion Team
‘Class teacher has a particularly good teaching style which really suit’s X’s methods of learning. Activities are well structured and split into small manageable chunks.’ – School 2 SchoolSchool 2 School
The school SENCo has very clear evidence of the support X has benefitted from over the last 3 years which has included in class support and small group interventions.’Specialist Learning Support Teacher
‘I feel it is important to draw attention to draw attention to the excellent practice that I witnessed during my observation, with both X’s teacher and teaching assistant consistently utilising strategies and approaches which help X to feel safe, help him to continue to develop trusting relationships with staff and enable him to complete learning tasks in short bursts.’Educational Psychologist
Welcome to the SEND pages of Dereham Church of England Junior Academy website. The aim of these pages is to provide information to parents of children with SEND, or those who are concerned that their child may have special needs. We hope that you will find the information you need here.
If you have any queries about SEND provision at our school, please contact Mrs Carter or call the school office 01362 693876.
Special Educational needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) – Mrs K Carter