How are adaptations made to the curriculum and learning environment of children with SEND?

 

Most children with SEND are educated with their peers in their classroom for the vast majority of the day and follow the same programme of study, which has been differentiated for them.   Where a child needs to follow a highly differentiated curriculum, this will be planned for them by their teacher, in conjunction with specialist professionals.  These children may spend more time out of class learning life skills, such as how to shop and use money.

We take advice from professionals regarding adaptations to the school environment.  These recommendations always take into account the limitations of the site and the need for the school to create a welcoming environment for all of the children.