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Debenham High School

Debenham High School

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SEND

SENCo - Mrs A. Scott

Debenham High School is an inclusive school.  Special Needs pupils are placed in mixed ability form groups and the vast majority of their learning through their schooling takes place in mixed ability groupings.

In Year 7, students are placed in setted groups for English and Mathematics.  Broader ability streaming takes place in Year 8 for some MFL lessons and Year 9 for all Science provision.  All students start GCSEs in Science, Maths and English in Year 9.

Pupils who have been identified at primary school and by test statistics as requiring extra support in English or Maths are taught in small groups in these subjects. 

The Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) teaches and advises staff on teaching and learning for Special Needs pupils, supported by a Higher Level Teaching Assistant.  The school also employs a number of Teaching Assistants who support students within mainstream lessons.

For more information on Special Educational Needs and Disability, please look at our Policies page for our SEND Offer.

 

PDF icon   Our Special Educational Needs Coordinator

PDF icon   Accessibility Plan

 

PDF icon  SEND Newsletter (Suffolk)