Welcome to the SENCO Page
SENCO: Jenelle Harvey-Aduca
Some students at The Enterprise Learning Alliance may have identified or unidentified difficulties in reaching their potential, as the SENCo I work with students, their families and teaching staff to not only identify these needs but to enable students to achieve to the best of their ability.
At The Enterprise Learning Alliance we can make provision for every kind of frequently occurring special educational need without a statement of special educational needs / Education, Health and Care Plan, for instance dyslexia, dyspraxia, speech and language needs, autism, Asperger’s syndrome, specific learning difficulties and behaviour difficulties.
All students are assessed for literacy, numeracy and social emotional behavior on entry to the school and individual learning plans created, should the student assessment indicate some needs then further assessment takes place.
At The Enterprise Learning Alliance we follow the advice in the Mainstream Core Standards on how to adapt the curriculum and the learning environment for pupils with special educational needs. We also incorporate the advice provided as a result of assessments, both internal and external, and the strategies described in statements of special educational needs / Education, Health and Care Plans.
Where children are underachieving and/or identified as having special educational needs, the ELA provides for these additional needs in a variety of ways and might use a combination of these approaches to address targets identified for individual pupils.
· Teachers differentiate work as part of quality first teaching
· Wave 1,2,3 interventions outlined on our provision map
· Other small group withdrawal
· Individual class support / individual withdrawal where appropriate
· Individual teaching
· Learning mentors
· Bilingual support/access to materials in translation
· Further differentiation of resources,
· Mentoring – in English, Maths and Social skills
· 1:1 intervention sessions up to three times a week outside of class
· Small group intervention sessions up to three times a week outside of class
· Scaffolding of learning activities in class for less severe learning needs
· Adapted materials for lessons including colour/ size/ font for students with visual needs or dyslexia
· Scribe, reader or extra time to complete work or exams as a normal way of working.
The SENCO at The Enterprise Learning Alliance is Jenelle Harvey-Aduca, who is a qualified teacher and is undertaking the National Award for SEN Co-ordination
Jenelle Harvey-Aduca is available on 01843 231758 or firstname.lastname@example.org