Additional Needs at Cullompton Community College.
At Cullompton Community College, we are committed to offering an inclusive curriculum to ensure the best possible progress for all of our pupils whatever their needs or abilities.This means that equality of opportunity must be a reality for our pupils. We have a responsibility to provide a broad and balanced curriculum for all pupils, providing effective learning opportunities with relevant and appropriately challenging work. We respond to the diverse needs of our children, supporting them to access and partecipate in all areas of school life.
Our Special Educational Needs (SEN) Policy (see link below) outlines further information with regards to implementation of our approach.
Key Information for Parents
The Assistant Headteacher and Additional Educational Needs (including SENDCo) is Lorraine Stone.
What we offer?
Here are some of the additional support we offer to our students:
- Literacy small group intervention
- Numeracy small group intervention
- Bespoke Maths and English programmes
- CatchUp Maths
- Success @ Arithmetic
- Toe by Toe
- KAZ touch typing
- Lego Club
- Sound discovery
- Drawing for talk
- Arts award
- Alexander technique
What can your child access at CCC?
- Dedicated visual impairment suite
- Study support centre
- 1:1 classrooms
- SEN teaching room
- The Hub – a therapeutic space
- Assistive technology in all lessons
- Bespoke support packages
- Mentoring system
- Homework support
For information regarding Special Educational Needs and Disability, you can contact Ryan Merchant the SEN Strategic Officer, Tel: 01392 383000 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the SEND Devon County Council website https://new.devon.gov.uk/send/
Devon SEND Local Offer:https://new.devon.gov.uk/educationandfamilies/special-educational-needs-and-disability-send-local-offer
For free, confidential and impartial information about special educational needs and disability (SEND) contact DIAS (Devon Information and Advice Service) using the following link
https://www.devondias.org.uk or 01392 383080
Documents created by DIAS: