At Oxley Primary School we aim to provide the very best learning experiences through a broad
and balanced curriculum, which meets the needs of all pupils and enables them to fulfil their
We aim to identify areas of need as early as possible, by regularly tracking pupils’ progress in
class and taking action when a pupil is not making the expected progress for their age. As
parents, you may also have your own concerns about your child’s development and we
encourage you to share these concerns with the school.
In the first instance, the class teacher will talk with you about your child’s progress and suggest
ways in which they may be supported at school and how you could help at home. Additional
support in class or a targeted intervention group may be provided, depending on the individual
needs of your child. Where additional adult support is required, it is tailored to meet the individual needs of pupils; this may be on a 1:1 basis or in small groups depending on the child’s requirements. The exact nature of any additional support depends on the pupil’s specific needs.
If difficulties persist, the SEN Co-ordinator (SENCo) will become involved. At this point, there may be a need for more specific assessments in school. Your child’s class teacher and/or the SENCo will discuss the next steps with you and your child.
If you feel that your child has a special educational need, it is really important that you come
and talk to us so that we can work together to provide the highest level of care, support and
For queries regarding Special Educational Needs, please contact:
Mrs S May, SENCo
Further information about Leicestershire Authority’s Local Offer – which gives children and young people with SEND and their families information about help and local services to Leicestershire can be found by clicking on the following link.