Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Brockington College provides a broad and balanced curriculum for all  students, including those with special education needs and disabilities. The school maintains an additional needs record that is regularly reviewed to ensure staff are aware of students’ needs and to help staff to plan accordingly.

We are committed to inclusion, parent partnership, student participation and equal access to all areas of the curriculum. Our aim is to help to improve basic literacy and numeracy skills and to develop students’ independent work and life skills.

Under the Equality Act 2010, an admission authority must not discriminate on the grounds of disability; gender reassignment; pregnancy and maternity; race; religion or belief; sex; or sexual orientation, against a person in the arrangements and decisions it makes as to who is offered admission as a pupil. ( Schools Admissions Code).

SEND staff work with subject staff to provide in-class support, to help to adapt materials for student use, to team teach in some subject area, to directly teach basic skills and to deliver intervention programmes.

SENDCo: Mr J Barton (jcb@brockington.embracemat.org)

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SEND information report 2023-24 BC2.56 MB23-10-202323-10-2023 DownloadPreview