Education and support for our pupils is key to all of us.
At Castle View we have a very experienced team, supported by our Special Needs Coordinator; Miss Wilton.
We employ a graduated response to pupils needs which ensures we asses, plan, do and review. Termly reviews of all pupils take place to ensure all children are making progress and achieving.
Miss Wilton’s role is to work alongside parents, pupils and staff to ensure that any outside agency support is gained and advice is given to meet the needs of the pupils, at the earliest opportunity.
As a Derbyshire school we are fully supported by a wealth of outside agencies that work closely with the school and help to support any child with special educational needs or disabilities. If you would like to find out more about the services and agencies that are available to us and yourselves please click on this link to find the full details of their ‘Local offer’:
In school we currently offer a range of interventions for pupils with identified SEND, these are carefully chosen to support the needs of the individual. A selection of these are below, these are carefully selected by the class teacher and SENco:
- Pastoral support
- Positive Play
- Fisher Family Trust
- 1 to 1 tuition
- Reading and Writing Booster
- Speech and Language
- Dough Disco
- Every Child a Talker
- Enrichment – drumming, singing, sports
- Further Literacy Support
If you have any concerns about your child please do not hesitate to talk with Miss Wilton.
For full details of our Special Educational Needs policy or how we ensure there is access for all pupils, irrespective of any disabilities please click on the links below.
To fully support our school in providing the best possible provision and ensuring statutory guidance is followed we have a dedicated governor, Betty Littlewood, who oversees our special educational needs and disabilities provision.