Our job is to help your child achieve the very best they can at school. You know your child best and you may feel that they need some additional help or support for some or all of their time at school.
This page is to inform you of the types of support available for your child at Knights Templar Community Church School. It will help you understand who can help and how this support can be accessed.
All pupils in school receive quality first teaching in the classroom. This means that a range of teaching and learning styles are used and that appropriate learning objectives are set for all children with a curriculum matched to their needs.
All our classes are supported by our experienced team of Teaching Assistants (TAs) who provide individual or group support. You will be informed if your child needs additional support such as a catch up programme or one to one tuition.
The new SEN Code of Practice came into force in September 2014 and gives guidance to schools in meeting the needs of pupils.
If an SEN need is identified and your child needs extra or different support than most children their age, their name will be included in the School’s SEND register and they will receive additional SEND Support. If your child is included in this register you will be informed. Support for your child is provided according to their individual needs. We follow a four-part process as outlined in the new Code of Practice and is indicated below:
By following this process, we can ensure that your child receives appropriate level of support and that we can monitor effectively their progress.
Education Health and Care Plans ( EHCP)
Further information about EHC Plans can found via the SEND Local Offer:
Or by speaking to an Education, Health and Care Plan Coordinator on:
There is a programme of on –going staff training both in school and elsewhere to ensure our staff have the skills and knowledge to support children with SEND. Recent training has included: Emotion Coaching, Emotional Literacy Support Assistant Training, Talkboost, Precision Teaching, Awareness of Autism and ELKLAN.