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 Ysgol Y Bryn's Additional Learning Needs Provision Mapping

 

At Ysgol Y Bryn we are committed to providing the best education possible for all learners. Each and every child is unique and learns at different paces and we are committed to removing barriers for pupils with Additional Learning Needs through providing the support needed in order for the pupils to make progress in their education and lives.

 

We are currently reviewing and improving the provision we provide our pupils and have significantly improved our systems, processes and provision over the past academic year.

 

Below is our provision map which will continuing to develop and improve in the near future, please scroll across to see the full document:

 

Area of concern

Universal Provision

Targeted Support

Personalised Individualised Learning

Cognition and Learning

Currently providing

  • One Page Profiles
  • TAs provide support and promote independence
  • Time to talk things through with a Talk Partner before feeding back to class
  • Guided reading for decoding and comprehension .
  • Access to ICT in particular iPads to support learning.
  • Writing frames or alternatives to written recording when writing is not the primary objective
  • J2blast, computer programmes

 

 

Currently providing

 

  • Spelling groups
  • Numicon
  • Effective use of success criteria.
  • High frequency word games
  • Maths games

 

 

 

Currently providing

 

  • Access to outside agency support and guidance: Communication Forum - Ed Psych, SALT, BSCT, TAF **  Advisory teachers

 

 

 

Communication and Interaction

Currently providing

 

  • One Page Profiles
  • Clear and simple instructions
  • Structured school and class routines
  • Extra time to process what has been said
  • Modelling of correct sentence usage
  • Time to talk things through with a Talk Partner before feeding back to class
  • Broad range of sentence activities, e.g. description, news telling
  • Visual prompting and clues– timetable, instructions
  • Clear rewards and sanctions– including motivators
  • Calm learning environment
  • Circle time / SEAL lessons

 

Currently providing

  • CHATT groups.
  • Talkabout
  • Positive Play

 

 

 

Currently providing

  • Access to outside agency support and guidance: Communication Forum - Ed Psych, SALT, BSCT, TAF **  Advisory teachers
  • Positive play

 

 

 

Social, Emotional and Behavioral needs

Currently providing

  • One Page Profiles
  • Whole school positive behaviour policy
  • Whole school rules – 3 aims
  • Restorative practice
  • Speakr
  • All adults provide positive role-models
  • Circle time
  • Merit certificates/ Golden Tickets
  • Assemblies: celebration, pupil of the week, merit of the week, Golden ticket
  • SEAL curriculum and activities
  • Positive language to re-direct and reinforce expectations e.g. others as role models
  • Environmental adaptation - —Seating plans that are reviewed regularly
  • Visual timetable

Currently providing

  • SEAL
  • Restorative practice

 

 

 

 

Currently providing

  • Home school link book
  • Positive play
  • Access to outside agency support and guidance: Communication Forum - Ed Psych, SALT, BSCT, TAF **  Advisory teachers

 

 

Sensory and/ or Physical needs.

Currently providing

  • One Page Profiles
  • Wake up and shake
  • Good quality resources that are clear and easy to use/read
  • Use of whiteboards

 

 

 

Currently providing

  • Individual support

 

 

 

 

 

Currently providing

  • Reasonable adjustments to environment and support access.
  • Use of specific resources or equipment
  • Access to outside agency support and guidance: TOD, VI, Occ therapy, physiotherapy.

 

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