The Speech and Language Enhanced Provision is part of the Learning Support provision of the school. It is a specialist provision set up to meet the needs of students who have the ability to cope with a mainstream secondary curriculum but who have a specific, significant speech and/or language difficulties.
Students in the provision benefit from the academic and social opportunities that a mainstream school can offer, whilst also having the intensive support and help they need.
All students belong to a tutor group in the main school and we encourage them to identify and take part with this group.
It is our aim to provide a supportive environment, where all students will take part in all the challenges and experiences of a mainstream school.
Students need to have received an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP) where the primary need is a speech and language difficulty.
It is important that serious consideration be given by Year 5 if the assessment procedure is to be completed in time. An up to date report from a Speech & Language Therapist is also very useful.
Admissions are the responsibility of the Local Authority.