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How does Snape Wood adapt the curriculum and learning environment for pupils with SEND?

As all children are individuals, the curriculum will be adapted to meet their needs accordingly. This may be by providing children with different tasks or different resources to carry out their learning challenges. For example, every classroom has a 'Maths Manipulatives' area where children can access practical equipment to support their learning. In each classroom, we also have visual timetables to encourage independence and reduce anxiety around the school day.

The school has a number of additional rooms and spaces separate to classrooms, which enable children to access a quieter and less visually learning space, outdoor learning or a sensory space to stimulate their senses and immerse them in a learning environment. These rooms will be used for 1:1, small group or intervention and booster sessions.