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How much learning support should this class have?

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by found nemo, Nov 30, 2011.

  1. Hi
    First post in SEN section. I teach a KS4 class of 18 pupils where all bar one are on the SEN register. Four have statements (for four very different reasons) and another five have 'one-to-one LSA support' on their IEPs as a strategy; so nine children in all specifically should have one-to-one support which is very tough to implement. I have one (superb) LSA with me every lesson but is this class entitled to more? How do I find out? The SENCO is not the most helpful and I would like to go to her armed with additional information so I can query their provision. They are a lovely group but I feel the school should be doing better for them. Many thanks for any information.
     
  2. Hi
    First post in SEN section. I teach a KS4 class of 18 pupils where all bar one are on the SEN register. Four have statements (for four very different reasons) and another five have 'one-to-one LSA support' on their IEPs as a strategy; so nine children in all specifically should have one-to-one support which is very tough to implement. I have one (superb) LSA with me every lesson but is this class entitled to more? How do I find out? The SENCO is not the most helpful and I would like to go to her armed with additional information so I can query their provision. They are a lovely group but I feel the school should be doing better for them. Many thanks for any information.
     

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