Contact phone0161 665 3030
Age2 years old only
Vacancy detailsMornings and afternoon sessions
Free childcare possible for 2 year oldsYes
Free childcare possible for 3/4 year oldsYes
At Broadfield Primary School we aim to identify special educational needs at an early stage to enable appropriate provision and support to be implemented.
A special educational need may be highlighted as a result of information from a parent or carer; a previous educational setting; teacher and teaching assistants or other professionals.
If a parent or carer feels that their child has special educational need then they are encouraged to discuss their concerns with the class teacher and SENCO (Special Educational Needs Coordinator).
Progress tracking will identify children making less than expected progress in one or more areas of learning and this may be an indication of an additional need.
If a teacher highlights a learning need then they will inform parents/ carers and complete a referral to the SENCO highlighting views, concerns and strategies implemented. This is the first step in the gradual response process.
The SENCO will advise and where required will seek further support from outside agencies.
Prior to entry to the Early Years setting transition meetings will be held.
Nursery staff may also visit children at home or in their pre-school setting.
Where a special educational need has been identified at other educational settings or by other professionals close liaison will ensure that appropriate targets are set on transition.
All teachers work on the advice given by professionals and follow a Plan, Do, Review process to support children?s progress.
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