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Personalised Learning

Welcome to the Personalised Learning Faculty, which is here to provide help, encouragement and additional teaching to students who have been identified as having Special Educational Needs. Faculty staff provide one-to-one or small group support for students where their statement specifies this.

The faculty is based in the Achievement Centre, which always has specialist support staff available.  The Achievement Centre is available throughout the school day when students need additional help - or a 'safe haven' - outside the mainstream classroom setting.

The faculty provides a range of additional groups and clubs including:

• Homework Club

• Social Skills Club

• Handwriting Club

• Help with numeracy

• Help with literacy

All Achievement Centre staff have a range of roles and responsibilities in supporting children with Special Educational Needs including:

• Helping promoting independence - both as learners and young adults

• Helping to create an environment which allows other class members to learn

• Raising self-esteem and confidence

• Developing social skills

• Encouraging and praising good behaviour

• Assisting the class teacher with care and support of the students

• Protecting children

• Acting as a role model

In all of this work, we endeavour to work as closely as possible with parents to complement the work they do in supporting their child towards these goals.

Head of the Personalised Learning Faculty

Miss N McCaffrey

Head of the Achievement Centre

Mrs S Davis

Achievement Centre Administrators

Mrs M Stacey

Mrs E Preston

Miss L Verlander 

Senior Teaching Assistants

 

 

 

 

 

Maiden Erlegh School - Examination Access Procedures

Special Educational Needs Policy 2012 

Mrs J Batts - VocEd:  EAL, ALAN, BTECs

Mrs J Goodwin - Literacy: Dyslexia, Literacy Intervention

Mrs C Griggs - Speech and Language: Curriculum, Occupational Therapy and Physical Impairment Support

Mrs J Neale - Examinations/Handwriting

Mrs E Wheeler - ASD Support: Social Skills, Transition

Maiden Erlegh School