For all children we provide ‘Quality First Teaching’ in every classroom. This means that teachers are highly skilled and have access to a wide range of resources and support to deliver lessons.
As part of ‘Quality First Teaching’ teachers would differentiate the curriculum and make reasonable adjustments for any child who is finding learning difficult and not making the expected progress.
If it is felt that, despite the above, a child is not making expected progress then what is known as a ‘Graduated Response’ is adopted. This is a four part cycle of assessing; planning; doing and reviewing. It draws on more detailed approaches, more frequent reiews and more specialist expertise in successive cycles in order to match learning experiences and interventions to the specific need of the child.