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