Naphill and Walters Ash School



A child is identified as having special educational needs if he/she finds it significantly more difficult to learn than the majority of pupils of the same age. This may be in one or more than one area of learning. It may be that a disability makes it hard to access facilities within the school building and grounds. Extra provision therefore needs to be made that is ‘additional to and different from’ the provision received by the child’s peers (Education Act 1996) and may involve extra support for a short period of time, or in certain cases, extra help all the time the child is at school. Read our SEND (Special Needs and Disabilities) Information Report.

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