HARLINGTON UPPER SCHOOL

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      Special Educational Needs and Disability

      The Learning Support team at Harlington want to ensure that all students with SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability) are able to access the curriculum and reach their potential.  Our team of teaching assistants headed up by our HLTA (Higher Level Teaching Assistant) work to support students in their lessons and provide interventions in 1 to 1 or small groups where appropriate.  We also offer support in our Learning Support room which is staffed by a teaching assistant before school, at break and lunchtime and after school.

      If you have any concerns about your son or daughter’s learning needs then please do not hesitate to contact our Deputy Headteacher and Acting SENDCo Mrs G Billin.  For more information on how the team support students with SEND please see our SEND Information Report below;

      Please click here for our SEND Information Report

      Click here for Exam Access Arrangements

      Click here for details on the use of word processing during exams

      SEN Forum

      Please click here for the notes from the SEN forum on November 3rd

      Transport

      Central Bedfordshire Council has arranged a meeting on Friday 22nd September for parent carers who have a child or young person with Special Education Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) who will be affected by the proposed changes to school transport arrangements. For full details click here.