At Rosemead we recognise that all children are individuals, with different areas of strength and weakness
Enrichment at Rosemead is designed to promote children working towards becoming independent and resilient learners who are able to achieve their personal potential. This is achieved through a continuous cycle of ‘Assess, Plan, Do, Review’ of all children’s progress and needs. Within the funding available, Rosemead will endeavour to identify and provide for additional needs, through ‘Reasonable Adjustments’. This allows all children to join in the activities of the school so far as is reasonably practical and compatible with the efficient education of other children, in accordance with the SEN Code of Practice January 2015
Children with English as an additional language will not be regarded as having a learning difficulty solely because the language or form of language of their home is different from the language in which they will be taught. (Special Educational Needs Code of Practice, DfES, 2015). At Rosemead, EAL children may, however, receive language support from the Enrichment Department to develop their English Language skills.
Children with an EHC plan have targets set on a IEP, informed by outside professionals where applicable. An annual review of their EHC plan is conducted in conjunction with any external agencies such as LEA and support services.
The Enrichment team provides support to ensure that all children develop confidence in their own abilities and reach their personal potential.
Our specialist teachers work with selected pupils, individually or in small groups, offering teaching programmes tailored to the specific needs of each child.
Parents of children receiving support have review meetings with the staff, where individual educational plans or personal educational plans are discussed and targets are set. We believe that co-operation between home and school is essential for children to meet their potential and develop their confidence fully.