At Arbourthorne Community Primary School the learning and progress of SEN pupils is good. Additional staff work in class and with small groups to address specific areas of need and support pupils' learning. Flexible grouping of children across KS2 also enables children to access teaching appropriate to their current level of development and present challenge where needed. The school employs a number of tutors to work 1:1 and in small groups to target support to children who need additional help to accelerate progress.
Currently, we have 34.6% of children across the school who have Special Educational Needs Support.
Percentages of SEN children in each year group:
At Arbourthorne Community Primary School, we have a 12 place Primary Integrated Resource Unit (IRU) that admits non-catchment children, citywide, with significant and complex learning needs. The IRU provides high quality provision for the pupils accessing the resources and these children make excellent progress from their starting points. In addition to this other children access the support from the IRU to help them progress in English and Maths.
Percentage of children in each year group on roll in the IRU