Norton C of E Primary School provides exciting learning opportunities where children can express themselves and develop their self confidence. With a strong moral base running alongside excellent teaching, children are supported to become successful, confident individuals ready for the challenges of secondary school and beyond. Class teachers are responsible for setting suitable learning challenges, for responding to pupils’ diverse needs, for overcoming potential barriers to learning and for monitoring progress. Teaching Assistants, employed to support children with SEN/D, have appropriate responsibility for the child’s specific needs during their time with that child. The TA should liaise with the class teacher on planning, pupil response and progress. SEN/D provision is a whole school approach. The SENCO/ Headteacher and whole staff team are aware of your child’s needs through regular professional meetings. Pupils with SEN/D have their progress targets reviewed every 6 weeks and new targets shared with the child, any adult working with them, including home. Progress targets and the journey to achieve these are discussed. There are skilled teaching assistants throughout school who work closely with the class teacher to ensure SEN/D provision has the best possible impact on progress and learning. Individual Education Plans (IEPS) provide personalised learning for pupils with SEN/D. Pupils with an Education, Health and Care Plan will have a comprehensive personalised plan based around their needs. They will be supported through this plan according to needs and agreed outcomes.