The Enhanced support Class has been established to support a wide range of learning needs for our children. We encourage the children to become more independent and strive to do their very best.
There is a high provision of adult support currently within our ESC class where there is a more practical approach to delivering the curriculum.
Numbers in this class are lower than the average class so that greater emphasis can be given on focused Numeracy and Literacy target work to help children achieve and be successful in their own learning.
The programme of work offered is in line with the National Curriculum expectations appropriate to the age group they are working within.
Letters that have been circulated to parents are available for you to view and download here.
Please click here for our expectations of punctuality with arrival & collection of your child.
|Mrs Anita Heer||class teacher & SENDCO|
|Mr Alan Moynihan||class teacher (Tue am & Thu pm)|
|Mrs Purewal||teaching assistant|
|Mrs Gangani||teaching assistant|
|Mrs Anna||teaching assistant|
|Miss Chadwick||teaching assistant|
3.[what day is PE? what needs to be in PE bag? does PE stuff stay at school? can pupils wear PE kit to school in the morning?]
On a carousel day pupils will have lessons in art, IT, modern foreign language and music. On PE days please send children to school in a PE kit. Children will be asked to tie long hair back and remove all jewellery for PE lessons.
Year 4 ESC children will also have swimming as well as other sporting activities, in addition to their carousel. A separate letter has been sent out about swimming.
|PE day for ESC: Wednesday|
Parents will be informed about details of any school trips throughout the year.
5.[what’s expected? how often? what days?]
Each Thursday there will be a piece of maths homework for children to complete at home and return to school by the following week. Spellings will be given out and tested weekly. Please support your child by practising their spellings regularly at home.
Reading is a very important part of ESC homework and we would like children to read every night at home. Please ensure their book and diary is in school every day. Thank you for your continued support in this.
6.[Ofsted requirement: information about the school curriculum: for each year group: content of the curriculum followed by the school for each subject and details as to how additional information relating to the curriculum may be obtained]
7.[topics being covered (so parents can broaden their child’s experiences out of school)]
The following are the curriculum letters sent to all parents which detail the subject areas that are covered.
|curriculum letter - 2018-19 Spring|
|curriculum letter - 2018-19 Autumn|
|curriculum letter - 2017-18 Summer|
8.[what your year 6 child needs with them? reading books? daily? weekly? KS2: pens/pencils? etc]
9.[when to pay money? e.g. school dinners - our expectations? cheque? envelope? addressed to?]
10.[what to do if you have a problem? e.g. first thing in morning is not a good tome to catch us - let us know and we’ll arrange a time
- escalation - who do I go to next?]
11.[pictures to reassure parents that pupils and staff are happy in their environment]
If you need to inform us of anything then please let the registration teacher know first thing in the morning and the message will be passed on or let the TA/teacher know at the end of the school day when the children are dismissed. If you wish to talk to us about something that requires a longer conversation - please make an appointment to see us after school.
If you have a problem that you need to speak to us about urgently in the morning or in the day time, then please contact a senior member of staff in the first instance.