Special Educational Needs
All children are valued, respected and welcomed to the school whatever their additional educational need. We will support their learning and ensure they are fully included in all school activities, making full use of externally provided facilities where appropriate.
We have a carefully planned intervention programme for children who need additional help which involves withdrawing them from lessons to work in small groups with the Teaching Assistant from their class. This enables them to work with an adult whom they know well and who can pre-teach and re-visit concepts taught in the core curriculum lessons.
Other children may need specific intervention on a 1:1 or small group basis and these needs will be identified and monitored in a Support and Achievement Plan (SAP) which is reviewed regularly by the Inclusion manager, class teacher and parents. The intervention programmes are closely monitored our school Inclusion manager, who is very experienced in this area.
The Inclusion manager for Calcot Schools is Miss E Kirkby and she can contacted via the office.
Schools have been asked to give their responses to the following questions for publication in the Authority’s Local Offer. This information will help parents, carers and young people to understand how our schools manage Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
You can access Calcot Infant school's local offer by clicking here
Calcot Junior School local offer by clicking here
Link to West Berkshire Local Offer by clicking here
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School Closed Today
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Young Carer's Awareness Day 2019
On the 31st January is Young Carer's Awareness Day. Current figures are that 1 in 5 secondary children have a caring role. The figures are 1 in 10 for children under the age of 10.
A young carer is someone under 18 who helps look after someone in their family, or a friend, who is ill, disabled or misuses drugs or alcohol. They will do many tasks like:
Practical tasks, such as cooking, housework or shopping.
Physical care, such as helping someone out of bed.
Emotional support, such as talking to someone who is distressed.
Personal care, such as helping someone dress.
Managing the family budget and collecting prescriptions.
Helping to give medicine.
Helping someone communicate.
Looking after brothers and sisters.
If you would like more information as to how to help a young carer. Please click on the link below.Read more