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Special Needs

Within our support for children with special educational needs, we aim:

  • To enable all children, whatever their special needs, to participate fully in the life of the school and learnfrom a broad and balanced curriculum.
  • To provide an appropriate range of settings and activities, so that each child is challenged, experiences high expectations and achieves successes.
  • To encourage a high level of self-esteem.
  • To work in partnership with parents and children to assess children's needs, to develop specific, individual targets and strategies to achieve this.
  • To seek advice and intervention from external agencies as necessary, and work in collaboration to meet children's needs most effectively.

Mrs Jasmine Shaw is the school's SEN co-ordinator and Mrs Zoe Girling is our school governor with responsibility for SEN.

Please see our 'Policies' page for our Inclusion Policy

 

Supporting Your Child

At Ringstead School, we try our best to ensure all children's needs are met and know you want to do all you can to help, too. To help further your child's learning at school, here are some great links that will give you access to help and resources. 

Northamptonshire Local Offer Websiteclick to view link

Caring4OurKids Website - click to view link

Legal Resources for Medical Needs - click to view link

Keeping Disabled Persons Safe While Remodelling - click to view link

Creating a Home Where Your Disabled Child Can Thrive - click to view link

Teacher Resources for Special Needs - click to view link

Disaster Preparedness for Special Needs - click to view link

Home Accommodations for Special Needs - click to view link

Disability Resources from the Department of Labor - click to view link

Tips for Disabled Persons to Declutter and Organize their Home - click to view link

Financial Planning for Special Needs - click to view link

 

Dyslexia

Dyslexia Assist website - click to view link with general help, support and resources relating to dyslexia

Nessyclick to view link with activities to help support spelling in children with dyslexia