SEND provision in mainstream schools
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Some mainstream schools have additional funding to provide places for pupils with a specific type of special educational need or disability.
This is called additionally resourced provision (ARP). These places are only available to pupils with an education, health and care (EHC) plan. Information in the child or young person’s EHC plan assessment is used to identify the type of ARP that is needed.
The placement is considered and agreed by a panel of education, health and social care professionals, based on the admissions criteria of the school’s ARP. The council then makes an application to the school on behalf of the child.
Specialist provision is in place for children with:
- autistic spectrum disorders
- hearing impairments
- moderate learning difficulties
- speech, language and communication needs
Autistic spectrum disorders
Oakington Manor Primary School
- Read the school's special educational needs and disability policy
- Read the school's SEND Information Report
Preston Manor School
ASD places at the school's Compass Centre.
Sudbury Primary School
ASD places at the School's Rainbow's unit.
Fryent Primary School
ASD places at the school's Opal Centre
Kingsbury Green Primary School
Places for nursery and primary school children with hearing impairments.
Kingsbury High School
Places for secondary and sixth form pupils with hearing impairments.
The school has a Total Communication Resource for students who are deaf or have a hearing impairment. All students are taught in mainstream classes with specialist support as appropriate.
Moderate learning difficulties
Alperton Community School (The John Boyle Inclusion Centre)
Places for Year 10 and 11 students who have transferred from Woodfield School