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          Sensory &/or Physical Needs

          My child has sensory and/or physical needs.

          This section covers students who have difficulties with:

          Vision

          Hearing

          Gross motor co-ordination

          Fine motor co-ordination

          Self-organisation for daily living

          It includes conditions such as cerebral palsy, physical injury, dyspraxia

           

           

          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.
          • Amplification of sound for aid users.
          • School adheres to guidelines on physical access.
          • Whole-school BLP Programme (Building Learning Power) to encourage meta-cognitive learning.
          • Access to homework support clubs listen here.
          • 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

          • Medical Care Plans.
          • Handwriting /fine motor/keyboard skills training.
          • Group discussions and information giving from our qualified school nurse.
          • Access to assistive technology, software, audio digital books and IPod applications.
          • Access to teaching assistant support.

          Targeted individual support many include

          • Personalised support plans.
          • Access to a Mobility Officer.
          • 1:1 Outside Agency support from Advisory Teachers.
          • Individual handwriting /fine motor/keyboard skills training.
          • Specialist equipment and materials, such as low vision aids and enlarged adapted resources.
          • Access to assistive technology, software, audio digital books and IPod applications.
          • Targeted TA support for complex medical needs, including practical support.
          • Exam Access Arrangements.
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