Local Offer

Local Offer

How we identify and assess pupils’ needs:

Worlingworth Primary School knows its pupils need extra help through:

·         Baseline assessments

·         Careful tracking of data

·         Observations of pupils

·         Pre school checks

·         Liaison with Parents/Carers

·         Information from previous educational provision

·         Feedback from Teachers and Teaching Assistants (TA)

·         Phonics assessment

·         Reading and spelling tests

  •  Optional SATS

 

What provision do we make:

Area of Provision

Universal Offer (for all pupils)

Targeted Offer (for pupils at SEN support stage)

Complex Offer (for pupils with a statement/EHC Plan)

Literacy

High quality teaching including differentiated activities

BBC Biteszie

Access to Gifted & Talented Literacy activities at Stradbroke High School

Daily reading sessions

School library with extensive fiction, non fiction and reference books

Examples of literacy in the corridors and all classrooms

As Universal plus:

Active Literacy

Catch up literacy

Phonic interventions
Nessy

Dyslexic  dictionary

Regular liaison with parents

Reading and comprehension

Sound discovery

Dancing bears

Accelaread /Acelewrite

Word Shark

As Universal & targeted plus:
As the school currently has no statement/EHC Plan the level of support indicated below is for guidance only.
Individualised phonic interventions

Numeracy

High quality teaching including differentiated activities

BBC Biteszie

Examples of numeracy in the corridors and all classrooms

Power of 2

Numicon
Nessy Numbers

5 Minute Number Box

Number shark

Max’s marvellous maths

Springboard Units

Regular liaison with parents

 As Universal & targeted plus:
As the school currently has no statement/EHC Plan the level of support indicated below is for guidance only.
Individualised maths interventions


Social Skills

Modelling of high quality interaction with peers in social settings

Mentoring in small group

School council

Class councils

After school clubs

Wake and shake

Breakfast club

Socially speaking

Time to talk

Talking partners

Consequences games

Self esteem work

Positives books

Identified pupils attend lunch time activities

As Universal & targeted plus:

As the school currently has no statement/EHC Plan the level of support indicated below is for guidance only.
Additional Social skills groups
Support with groups and activities
CIR
Additional self esteem work
1:1 support in social situations

Medical Needs

Access to trained first aiders including Paediatric First Aid

Administration of regular medication

Regular visits by school nursing team

Liaison with paediatrician, ASD team, CAHMs etc as appropriate.

Specific training and information from school nurse/paediatrician/specialist for particular medical needs.

Care plan and risk assessments for significant conditions.

 As Universal & targeted plus:
As the school currently has no statement/EHC Plan the level of support indicated below is for guidance only.
Support with understanding and coping with toileting and periods etc.
Support with access to cleaning/changing etc
OT delivered as required
Physiotherapy delivered as required
Close liaison with parents and medical professionals.


Speech, Language, Sensory & Communication

Modelling of high quality and appropriate language by all staff

Rooms decorated with sensory consideration

 

Socially speaking

Time to talk

Memory Games

Specialist seating arrangements/ sloping desk

SALT referral

Pencil grips/specialists pens

Visual timetable

CIR referral

 

As Universal & targeted plus:

As the school currently has no statement/EHC Plan the level of support indicated below is for guidance only.
SALT as required
Sensory toys
Use of timer
Specialise seating
Close liaison with parents

Separate eating arrangements


Behaviour, Emotional & Social

Modelling of appropriate behaviours in all settings by staff

Mentoring in small group

Positive/behaviour report card

Play ground buddies

School nurse referral

CAHMs referral

Close liaison with parents

Socially speaking

Time to talk

Talking partners

Consequences games

Self esteem

Lunch time activities

High ratio of adult to child supervision during unstructured time

Referral for 2 term PRU placement

Mentoring

Identified pupils attend lunch time activities (with direct supervision)

Visual timetables

As Universal & targeted plus:

As the school currently has no statement/EHC Plan the level of support indicated below is for guidance only.
Close supervision during social times
Named adult to provide "chat time" on a daily basis to alleviate worries before going home.
Support with secondary transition and visits.
Home school book
Close liaison with parents
Brain break/exit card



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