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Special Educational needs: What you need to know
OutReach support from special schools for pupils with SEN and ARP
At Parklands Infant and Nursery School, we believe all children are valued equally, regardless of their abilities, aptitudes, interests and behaviour. Each child is entitled to a broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum, with high aspirations for progression and achievement. We have had children attend the school with a range of additional needs. These have included speech, language and communication problems; learning needs; hearing and visual impairment; social, emotional and behavioural needs; physical disabilities; ADHD and children on the Autistic Spectrum. At Parklands we place great importance on identifying Special Educational Needs early so that we can help children as quickly as possible. We recognise that children make progress at different rates and have different ways in which they learn best. Teachers take account of this by looking carefully at how they organise their lessons, the classroom, the books and materials they give to each child and the way they teach.