Autism & ADD/ADHD
Below are some useful websites and organisations that may provide support and further understanding of your child’s needs. Please speak to Mrs. Baverstock, if you require further support and/or information.
We currently use a dyslexia screener in school to identify pupils, who may have traits of dyslexia. Please note that this is not a diagnostic tool however, it supports staff and parents/carers in making further decisions in how best to support their child with their learning. For further information about this, please contact Mrs Baverstock or your child’s class teacher.
Social, Emotional & Mental Health Needs
We have a range of services in school to support pupils with their SEMH needs. These include: Art therapy, ELSA and our Wellbeing Group. We can also contact Primary Behaviour Support, who works alongside the county’s Educational Psychologists for further advice and support for pupils within school.
We use diverse approaches to change the aspirations for our SEND children.
Some aim to change aspirations directly by exposing children to new opportunities and others aim to raise aspirations by developing general self-esteem, motivation, or self-efficacy.
All Local Authorities are required to publish information on the ‘Local Offer’ about all SEND services, along with details of any eligibility for specialist services and a signpost to support for those who do not meet thresholds.
Hampshire’s Local Offer can be found here:
At Andrews’ Endowed CE Primary School, we strive to meet the needs of all pupils within our school. All staff are aware of SEND within the school and receive high quality information and training. We aim to quickly identify pupils, who are making limited progress and provide targeted interventions and support to meet their needs. We are working with parents to ensure they are fully aware of the SEND process and informed of their child’s learning regularly throughout the year. We are a fully inclusive school and have strong links with the Local Authority, Health Professionals and organisations within our community. We aim to continue to learn, develop and grow our understanding of SEND across the school to meet the needs of all pupils within our care.
If you have any concerns or wish to discuss SEND at our school, please do not hesitate to contact me:
Mrs Angela Baverstock
the four main areas of send
If your child has been identified as SEND, it will be determined which of the four areas, will be their main area of need. We promote the ethos of Quality First Teaching within school, to adapt and meet learning needs. We will then follow the process of Assess-plan-do-review alongside parents/carers, to determine the next steps for your child.
Communication & Interaction
- Speech, learning and communication (SLCN)
Cognition & Learning
- Specific learning difficulty (SpLD)
- Mild to moderate learning difficulty (MLD)
- Severe learning difficulty (SLD)
- Profound multiple learning difficulty (PMLD)
Social, Emotional & Mental Health
- Children and young people with SEMH may have the following mental health difficulties: anxiety, withdrawn or feeling isolated, having challenging and disturbing behaviour, self-harming, depression, eating disorder, and substance misuse.
Sensory and/or Physical
- Visual impairment (VI)
- Hearing impairment (HI)
- Multi-sensory impairment (MSI)
- Physical disability (PD)
If you have any concerns or would like to discuss anything further, please contact Mrs. A. Baverstock.
At Andrews’ Endowed CE Primary School we use a range of interventions in school to support pupils with their learning. The intervention and delivery, will depend on the needs of the child. These include:
- Mastering Number
- Targeted Intervention and pre-teaching to support gaps in learning
- Rapid Reading
- Well-being Workshops
- Speech and Language Therapy interventions (based on need)
- Phonics and catch-up phonic programmes