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Special Education Needs and Disabilities

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities


At Trinity we acknowledge children’s individuality in learning, both in the way that they learn (visually, practically, etc) and in the speed they learn. We are committed to providing excellent experiences that cater for each and every child.


Some children will require extra individual or small group help. We will always follow the National Code of Practice for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, which is based on acknowledging children’s achievements and setting specific achievable targets. Parents are involved in every step of this process.


At Trinity, we have a commitment to ensuring equal access to the premises and the curriculum, for those who use a wheelchair or who are disabled in anyway. Our school is well equipped for meeting a variety of needs, both in terms of support staff, special equipment, and targeted learning resources. We work closely with a variety of external support services, providing a partnership which gives the very best opportunities for each child. We have, for example, worked closely with the Hearing Impaired Service and have modified our buildings to make better provision for children using hearing and radio aids. The school’s SENDCo (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator) manages provision for the appropriate inclusion of every child. 

We have lots of interventions and booster groups available for children that need additional help and support in a range of areas. Here is a taster of some of our enriching activities that go on throughout the week.

Learn to Move- Fine Motor and gross motor support.