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          Learning & Literacy

          My child has difficulties with learning and literacy.

          This can include:

          • Reading and spelling

          • Learning new information and concepts
          • Working with numbers
          • Working memory
          • Concentration
          • Students may have conditions such as Specific Learning Difficulties, dyslexia, general learning difficulties, AD(H)D, Fragile X, Down Syndrome..
          • Students may present with difficulties that do not have a specific title
          Resources for students who speak English as an additional language:

          Ms Bridge, our Literacy Co-ordinator and Head of EAL , has kindly put together some resources for students who speak English as an additional language, and their families. This also includes information on the COVID-19 pandemic in a variety of languages. Please see the document in the download section below

          What does Lampton offer?

          All students at Lampton can access

          • Quality First teaching with appropriate differentiation (including best SEN practice).
          • Visual aids to support key vocabulary, concepts and themes.
          • Whole-school BLP Programme (Building Learning Power) to encourage meta-cognitive learning.
          • Access to homework support clubs listen here.
          • Year 7 Active Listening Skills programme.
          • Accelerated Reader Programme KS2 to KS3 transition support via tutor programme.
          • Access to assessment for identification of significant needs.
          • Dedicated and caring staff who value all students regardless of ability.

          Support for targeted groups of students may include

          •  Blocks of 1:1 small group lessons that focus on a range of needs such as literacy, comprehension and spelling in the Learning Centre.
          • Year 7 nurture group provision.
          • Where needed, help from an external agency (e.g. Educational Psychologist).
          • Teaching Assistant support in some lessons.
          • Targeted lunch time clubs for vulnerable students.

          Targeted individual support may include

          • On-going tailor made 1:1 tuition in the Learning Centre, led by a specialist teacher or higher level teaching assistant.
          • Where needed, help from an external agency (e.g. Educational Psychologist).
          • Termly testing for students with literacy difficulties to review and plan.
          • Subject-specialist teaching assistants in key subjects to provide on-going support.
          • External agency advice where needed.
          • Exam Access Arrangements.
          • Post 16 Transition support.


          Page Downloads Date  
          Ultimate Online resources list 26th Mar 2020 Download
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