At GJA, all teachers are teachers of SEND. We are all collectively responsible and dedicated to delivering the best possible provision for our SEND learners. We have high expectations for all pupils and we work to the philosophy ‘needs, not labels’.
We personalise learning and ensure that our SEND learners have access to high quality teaching, resources, interventions and any required external support.
We use the approach ‘scaffold up’ to make sure children are not limited in their learning. We have high expectations for all of our learners so that they achieve the best possible outcomes and are confident individuals who are able to express their views and are well prepared for the next phase of their education and adulthood.
SEND Report 2021-2022
Previous SEND Reports
The Impact of Colourful Semantics
Here are some examples of children’s work using the colourful semantics approach.
Children are given the opportunity to develop their skills during high quality and personalised interventions to help develop their skills.
We link Colourful Semantics to our Reading and Writing lessons.
We have even started to use Colourful Semantics in our science lessons!