The Learning Support Programme
The Learning Support Programme is designed to offer extra literacy support for students with additional needs, including SEN and EAL students. There is one after school session per week which is a taught session, with a different focus each week. Over the course of the year, it will cover aspects of spelling, punctuation and grammar as well as reading and writing skills. In addition, there is a weekly ‘drop-in session’ at lunchtime where students can attend with essays or queries relating to spelling, punctuation and grammar.
We also offer three further drop-in sessions, where students are able to receive additional support with any work. One to one support sessions are also available.
Please see the Learning Support schedule (2017-2018) for the focus of the weekly taught sessions. Please note that the schedule is subject to change.
Please also see our Health, Wellbeing & Support page under the students tab.
Parents concerned about their child should speak to the child’s class teacher or form tutor in the first instance. They then may be directed to the Head of Year or Director of Learning followed by the SENCO if appropriate.
Click here to view the SEND Information Report
Click here to view SEN Policy
Click here to view EAL Policy
Click here to view Accessibility Plan
To view the Local Authority Offer click on this link http://bromley.mylifeportal.co.uk
Support from Bromley local authority for pupils with SEND can be found at: