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WHAT IF YOUR CHILD NEEDS EXTRA SUPPORT? Special Educational Needs and Disability


We welcome children with different learning and disabilities. Members of staff at Globe are skilled in identifying and supporting children with a variety of learning needs and disabilities. Through discussion with families and specialist services we make whatever adjustments are needed to ensure that all our children enjoy school and make very good progress. These additional or special needs can be learning needs, physical, emotional or behavioural needs.


Each year we publish on our school website our ‘School Offer’ - that is, a summary of what the school provides for children with special need and disabilities. Please refer to this on www.globeschool.org.uk for the most recent update. You will also find this on the Tower Hamlets website.


Parents and families are very involved at every


stage in the education of children with special educational needs and disabilities and come to school regularly to review progress and support.


One of our Assistant Headteachers is our Inclusion Leader. This person’s role is to work closely with class


teachers, support teachers, teaching assistants and parents to ensure that individual needs are identified and that classroom organisation and teaching is adjusted to meet these needs monitoring progress.


At Globe, we also have an additionally resourced specialist provision for 30 children who have speech, language and communication needs. This is one of two specialist primary provisions within the Local Authority. For more information about and how children join this provision, please refer to the ‘Language Provision at Globe School – Frequently Asked Questions’ booklet which is found on our school website.


There are times that we require the involvement of specialists to meet the need of the children and always inform and seek permission from parents. Those specialists we regularly use are Educational Psychologists, Speech Therapists, Play Therapists, Teachers of the Deaf and the School Health Team.


One of our Governors has responsibility for overseeing our provision in this area and regularly comes to school to see staff and children in action as well as meeting our Inclusion Leader.


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