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13/12/19

Congratulations to all of Gruffalo class, you all excelled in our first ever Nativity.

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11/12/19

We really enjoyed celebrating Christmas with Nursery children and families today

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09/12/19

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Gruffalo class today! https://t.co/JruPIcpzHz

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05/12/19

Retweeted From Crawley News 24

Kilnwood Vale Primary School celebrates their official opening. https://t.co/9dVS8U4h9N

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01/12/19

Great community event today - lovely to meet so many local families and businesses.#CountdowntoChristmas

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01/12/19

Come along to the Kilnwood Vale Christmas Fair - lots of treats, presents and even an opportunity to see Santa! https://t.co/PSnlArVRxM

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29/11/19

Great to have you there to celebrate our lovely new school, thank you! https://t.co/yneZbPadRu

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28/11/19

So pleased you could join us. https://t.co/VyOvlz3QWX

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24/11/19

Retweeted From GLF Schools TT

Are you interested in getting into ? We have places for early years, primary, secondary and the assessment only route. Please get in touch with us info.org & visit our website https://t.co/HyOS8obezt

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21/11/19

Great team effort today wearing their stripes to support and give back to a great local charity https://t.co/3q1zLRVepT

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20/11/19

It has been lovely to meet so many prospective parents over the last 2 weeks. We still have some availability for school tours if you are looking for Reception places for September 2020. Phone or email the office to book a place.

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24/10/19

Pleased that our harvest gifts are going to a great local charity https://t.co/E57KacnnZL

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23/10/19

Beautiful cake to help celebrate with children and families https://t.co/Xvi2xpU0YH

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11/10/19

Proud to be part of the GLF family

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07/10/19

Come and find out all about our brand new school. Open tours in November, contact the school office to book your place. You can apply now for 2020 places https://t.co/yx7YOCLBCA

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06/10/19

Looking for Reception places for 2020? We would love to welcome you to our Open Evening 6.30pm 19 November - contact the school office to book you place info.org

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03/10/19

Lovely morning with Gruffalo parents today, taking part in our phonics workshop and sharing cakes in aid of

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23/09/19

Another Kilnwood Vale milestone today as we welcomed are first nursery children. What fun we had!

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17/09/19

Retweeted From Community Foundation

Congratulations to on your first day. We look forward to seeing you next Thursday! https://t.co/bGSPSzu0vV

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13/09/19

Super impressed with our new Gruffalo’s today - we had such fun playing and getting to know you all today https://t.co/Ob3RZxX2pN

Inclusion

Provision for SEN(D), G&T, EAL and LAC

Inclusion is at the heart of our school, we celebrate that all children are different and unique. We aim to ensure that each child is fully included in all aspects of school life and meet any areas of specific needs.

SEND

Depending on the individual needs of children, they will receive both curriculum support in class and additional support in small groups as appropriate. The quality of teaching within the classroom has the greatest influence over children’s progress and we will invest in training, resources and monitoring to ensure our classrooms are an inclusive place for all children. This is known as the ‘Wave 1’ or ‘Quality First Teaching’.

Additional interventions at ‘Wave 2’ will be planned to enable children to accelerate their progress and work at, or above the expectations for their age. These are generally taught in a small group and sometimes a 1:1 situation.

A child identified as having SEND also receives ‘Wave 3’ interventions. These may be provided individually or in a small group, and the support provided will be personalised to enable the child to achieve his/her potential. This support is additional to or different from the everyday curriculum for that class and is detailed in a provision map and reviewed regularly. Any additional support for a child will be planned for by the class teacher and overseen by the SENCO. It may also include provision/ advice from an external agency or professional.

More able

At Kilnwood Vale, these children will be referred to as ‘High Attaining and Talented’ (HAT). There will be a policy for HAT children which will support teachers to identify these children. Provision will be tracked on the class provision map and data tracked alongside other groups. High attaining children will be formally identified at the end of each academic year based on their end of year data and the teachers’ formative evidence. Once the children have been identified they will be classified as the ‘HAT’ group for that particular subject area. Talented children will be highlighted at the beginning of the academic year through the parental questionnaire and existing school knowledge. The progress and attainment of the ‘HAT’ children is the responsibility of all stakeholders.

EAL

Kilnwood Vale will be aligned to the GLF Schools vision to identify and meet the needs of those pupils at its schools classed as English as an Additional Language (EAL).
EAL specifically are those pupils who have a first/home language other than English and who are in the process of learning and using English as an additional language through the curriculum and the broader life of the school.

Whilst being clear that EAL is not Special Educational Needs (SEN) or a learning difficulty, GLF Schools recognise that pupils with EAL can often have additional needs in terms of accessing the language used by staff and peers and related learning issues. Not addressed, these issues can easily lead to underachievement and isolation. At Kilnwood Vale we will endeavour to:

Ensure EAL pupils have full access to the curriculum and other school-based opportunities

Be proactive in removing any barriers that stand in the way of our EAL pupils fulfilling their potential

Provide our EAL pupils, particularly those who are international new arrivals (INA) with a safe, welcoming environment where they are accepted, valued and encouraged to participate.

LAC

A ‘looked after child (LAC)’ is defined as a child in the care of the local authority or is provided with accommodation for a continuous period of more than 24 hours.

At Kilnwood Vale the DSL will be the person responsible for the education looked after children (LAC). We will ensure all staff, both teaching and non-teaching have an understanding of the difficulties and educational disadvantage faced by children in care and understand the need for positive systems of support to overcome them.  Kilnwood Vale will be committed to working with local authority Virtual Headteachers to promote the achievement of children who are looked after.

Learning support 

In the first year of opening we will employ a full time Teaching Assistant (TAs) in the Nursery and Reception class. It is essential that all TAs have maths and English GCSE (minimum C and above) and this will be a requirement when recruiting staff. When recruiting our TAs we will work with GLF and our School Business Leader to ensure the ratios of staff to children are suitable for the ages of the children in nursery.  

A clear staffing structure will be created once the numbers on roll have been confirmed by West Sussex Local Authority.

Please read the documents below to see how we support children with Special Educational Needs at Kilnwood Vale Primary School. 

 

Documents

Page Downloads Date  
Kilnwood Vale Whole School Provision Map 25th Jun 2019 Download
Kilnwood Vale School Frequently Asked Qu... 25th Jun 2019 Download
KVPS leaflet SEN Support 25th Jun 2019 Download
KVPS SEN Policy GLF 2019 25th Jun 2019 Download
Leaflet SEN Support 25th Jun 2019 Download
Leaflet SEN Support + 25th Jun 2019 Download
SEND Information Report 25th Jun 2019 Download
The Thrive Approach to Promote Emotional... 25th Jun 2019 Download
Thrive Leaflet 25th Jun 2019 Download