Some children and young people require special educational provision because they have a disability which prevents or hinders them from making use of the educational facilities generally provided SEND Code of Practice, 2015, 6.34.
Sensory and physical needs can range from visual and/or hearing impairment, sensory seeking behaviours, physical disabilities and multi-sensory impairments. We work closely with parents/carers and where appropriate, external agencies to provision effectively for these children so that they have equal access to our curriculum and school life.
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Children's Occupational Therapy. The Children’s Occupational Therapy service offers a child and family centred approach to support children and young people with their independence in all aspects of daily living, such as self-feeding, dressing and participating in play and school activities. The service is available to children and families across Hertfordshire.
Children's Hearing Service. For more information and support about your child's hearing.
Children's Eye Service. For more information and support about your child's sight.
Community paediatrics. A specialist team working with acute paediatrics, speech and language, physiotherapy and occupational therapy.
Dyspraxia is a complex neurological condition, which affects muscle co-ordination and perception.