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Specialist Resource Provision

SRP – What we offer

Who are we, and what are our skills?

Within the SRP we have well-qualified and experienced staff. The provision for children in the SRP is led by the SENCO and monitored by the senior leadership team.

What services can my child access?

There are a variety of different services that are available to children in SRP. These include:

  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech and Language Therapy
  • Access to the Education Psychologist

How will you help my child transition into your provision?

We use a range of strategies to support your child in their transition to The SRP.

  • Visits to their current school
  • Discussions with current teachers
  • Admission interviews with parents
  • A home visit where appropriate
  • Individual transition plan

What do you teach my child?

The children will be taught an individualised curriculum, focusing on:

  • Learning and life skills
  • Communication
  • Social Skills
  • Interaction
  • Interpersonal Skill
  • Behaviour expectations

Children will also access differentiated mainstream school curriculum opportunities including, Literacy, Numeracy, Science, ICT etc.

Children will access mainstream classes for some of this teaching dependent on their individual needs and targets set within their EHC Plans.

How would the curriculum be adapted to support my child?

We assess the child through observations and assessment for learning strategies as part of our daily teaching practice.

We also track their progress termly.

How do you communicate with parents?

We communicate with parents via:

  • Phone Calls
  • Emails
  • Classcharts
  • Feedback

If parents are not available to talk to staff during the school staff's working hours, we will communicate using a home/school communication book.

How do we support pupils with SEN to improve their emotional and social development?

St Martin’s School is a place where children thrive socially, emotionally and academically. We are an inclusive school; we welcome and celebrate diversity. All staff believe that children having high self-esteem is crucial to a child’s well-being. We have a caring, understanding team looking after our children who feel safe, happy and valued as individuals.

• The class teacher has overall responsibility for the pastoral, medical and social care of children in their class. Therefore, this would be the parents’ first point of contact.  If further support is required, the class teacher would liaise with the SENDCo for further advice and support.  This may involve working alongside outside agencies. For example: Health and Social Services, CFACs and Educational Psychologists.

• Our school is a safe place for children to attend. It has a caring ethos and prioritises the safeguarding of all children at all times. The safety and safeguarding of our children is of the utmost importance. Please refer to our Frays Child Protection Policy and Anti-Bullying Policy for more information.