How are resources allocated and matched to my child’s special educational needs?

We allocate resources according to levels of need and these levels of need are described in our ‘Intervention Pathways’. These resources may include providing a child with a small group or individual intervention led by trained or specialist staff or providing additional resources (e.g: lap top; writing slope) If a child is allocated resources through an EHCP, then this provision is specified on the child’s individual education plan (IEP) and reviewed annually at a formal Annual Review Meeting.

While children are often allocated time to work with support staff (or, for some children with an EHCP, allocated a dedicated member of support staff) as a means of making progress, we are careful not to create over-dependency on adult support. We will always look to use resources to enable independence and have a wide range of equipment within school.

St Luke’s Speech & Language Pathway

St Luke’s Emotional Health & Wellbeing Pathway

St Luke’s Mathematics Provision Pathway

St Luke’s Cognition & Learning Pathway