Class Teachers, support staff, parents/carers and the learner themselves will be the first to notice a difficulty with learning. At Woodlands Primary Academy we ensure that assessment of educational needs, directly involves the learner, their parents/carer and of course their Teacher. The Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) will also support with the identification of barriers to learning. We have a range of assessment tools available, and our updated tool kit, which we share with our cluster of schools.
For some learners we may want to seek advice from specialist teams. In our school and cluster we have access to various specialist services. We have access to services universally provided by Norfolk County Council, which are described on the Local Offer website available here
Woodlands Primary Academy as part of the Lynn Grove Cluster have also commissioned support from:
We also employ seven Learning Support Assistants who deliver the interventions in the provision map as co-ordinated by our SENCO.