Children aged 11-18 years.
Farlingaye High School
Who to contact
- Additional Website
Suffolk County Council website
Where to go
- IP12 4JX
- Area served
- Experience of including people with special educational needs and disabilities
An Overview of the School's Policy on SEND
Farlingaye High School is committed to providing high quality teaching and learning provision. We promote equality and appreciation of diversity; promote and achieve the highest standards of behaviour; develop independence and creativity; develop positive links with parents and the local and wider community. We have a range of interventions across the school to support children with SEND.
Identifying students’ additional needs
At different times in their education students may have a special need or disability. Typically this student will have a significant difficulty in learning relative to the majority of other students or has a disability which prevents or hinders them from accessing educational opportunities compared to others in mainstream classes.
Where a learner has an identified SEND we will offer provision that supports the student to access the normal differentiated curriculum.
Parents/carers are informed termly of their child’s progress and there are regular opportunities for discussion. A student’s lack of progress may be for many reasons and it is not always the case that these students have SEND. These students may just need a little extra help and support at times to get back on track.
Support available for students with SEND
Cognition and Learning Needs
· Intervention programmes for reading, spelling and numeracy
· Intervention to help improve students working memory skills
· Support for dyslexic students
· Homework Club
· Reading Club
· KS4 Option Support
· Testing for access arrangements for examinations
Social and Communication Needs
· Lunch and break time Haven Rooms
· Key LSA overview / mentoring
· Friendship/Social skills groups
· LSA to support speech and language therapy (Speech and language therapist organised by Local Authority)
· Discovery Club
Sensory and Physical Needs
· Differentiated programme (discussed on an individual basis with medical services input)
· Touch typing and handwriting clubs
· Discovery Club
The school can request additional help from the Local Authority for students who have a specific SEND such as autistic spectrum disorder, visual or hearing impairment, social, mental and health issues and speech, language and communication difficulties.
- Mrs Laurinda Rudge Assistant Headteacher Inclusion
- 01394 385720
FHS Local Offer
SEND Information Report
- Conditions Supported
Autistic spectrum conditions
Mental health conditions
- State schools