SEN stands for Special Educational Needs whilst AGT stands for Able, Gifted and Talented.

 

Read here for information about what we do for children who require extra support in their learning. This includes those identified as Able, Gifted and Talented.

  •  Children with Special Educational Needs: A pupil has special educational needs if he or she has a learning difficulty that calls for special educational provision to be made for him or her.
  • Able pupils: Able pupils refers to students who achieve, or have the ability to achieve, above average (compared with the attainment of other students in their year group at Woodcote Primary School) in one or more of the National Curriculum subjects.
  • Gifted pupils: Gifted refers to students who achieve, or have the ability to achieve, significantly above average (compared with the attainment of other students in their year group at Woodcote Primary School) in one or more of the National Curriculum subjects other than art, performing arts or physical education.
  • Talented pupils: Talented refers to those students who achieve, or have the ability to achieve,significantly above average in art, performing arts, physical education or in areas requiring visio-spatial skills or practical abilities (these could include a range of non-traditional areas) compared with the attainment of other students in their year group at Woodcote Primary School.

Click on the link below for a copy of the School’s SEN Policy document.

SEN Information Report

SEN POLICY September 2015

 

If you have any questions regarding the information in this booklet, please feel free to contact the school SENCO, Mrs Kate Welsh.