The Individual Learning Support team at Bourne Community College provides support across the curriculum for students with a range of learning, sensory, physical, emotional and wellbeing needs. The abilities and achievements of all students are valued and we are committed to providing a flexible and creative response to individual needs, which focus on developing the independence of students. All students with Special Educational Needs follow a broad and balanced curriculum, differentiated and modified in pace, content and delivery in the classroom. Our hardworking and dedicated team provide support across the school to compliment the work that takes place in the classroom.
We offer highly structured, targeted interventions delivered by specialist teaching assistants in small groups or individual sessions. Withdrawal is tailored to individual needs and progress is closely monitored. In order to support our students, we liaise with a wide range of external agencies who are best suited to meeting the student’s individual needs
The Individual Learning Support Team are a highly skilled, dedicated team staff who support students and staff to break down the barriers to learning and promote independence. Our team has a wide range of skills, expertise and we work closely with parents/carers, and local volunteers, as well as commissioning specialist outside agencies to provide a coordinated response.
Please contact our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator, Adam Brazier, if you have any enquiries: email@example.com.
For our SEN Report, please click here.