SEN Co-ordinator – Mrs L. Bernard – Email: L.Bernard@tnha.org.uk
Assistant SEN Co-ordinator – Mrs D. Chapman – Email: D.Chapman@tnha.org.uk
If a student has been identified as having a barrier to their learning, additional support will be provided to give them the opportunity to make progress.
The in school support that is available will vary dependent on your child’s needs. This may include:-
- a personalised approach to the delivery of the in class information,
- differentiated tasks
- a specific intervention package which is delivered outside of the regular timetabled lesson,
- access to Information Technology,
- a designated mentor
You can also provide support at home by listening to your child read every day, your child’s English teacher will be able to provide you with guidance on which books they should be reading, as well as giving them the opportunity to write on a regular basis.
For further details about the provision that is made at TNHA please feel free to look at our SEN Information report. This report will also provide information about the SSEND provision that is made by the Norfolk Local Authority.
Below are a range of websites that may provide you with additional information about certain aspects of SEND.
- The National Autistic Society
Guidance and information on autism.
Supporting people with sight loss.
- ADHD Foundation
Information for parents/carers on ADHD.
- Dyspraxia Foundation
Support, information and guidance for parents/cares on Dyspraxia.
- Dyslexia Foundation
Support with dyslexia for parents/carers.
- Irlens syndrome
Support with Irlens syndrome, including a list of designated Irlens specialist centres.
- Prader-Willi Syndrome Association UK – Information for families & professionals