Wigton Infant School

Resourced Provision

 

We have specialist provision for children with autism and severe learning difficulties.

Strategically Resourced Provision 

 

At Wigton Infant and Nursery school we have 6 strategically resourced provision places where we have specialist staff to provide care and learning for children with SEND.

In our school we promote inclusive practise wherever possible so that all children can feel included and be supported to learn alongside their peers. 

Our specialist unit called 'the whitebeam room' allows children to have bespoke learning in a smaller environment with highly trained staff. 

Our 'blossom room' allows for children to have their own learning space away from the classroom but provides more inclusive practice for children in KS1.

We also provide:

  • access to a physical play room
  • sensory room facilities
  • opportunities for swimming lessons
  • makaton as a way of communicating
  • changing facilities
  • engagement with external services such as Speech and Language services, Early years advisors, Educational Psychologists & Specialist Teachers
  • horse riding

 

The Whitebeam room

This is the name of our resourced provision facility. It is a specifically designed room to meet the individual needs of children. We also use it alongside mainstream provision where children can access both mainstream classes and more specialist activities.

 

Take a look at some of the things we get up to in the Whitebeam room

 

Curriculum: information coming soon

 

 

Assessment:

Within resourced provision, we use national assessment for the age of the child where possible. If this is not possible we use p-scales to track progress and the engagement model. 

The engagement model focuses on how students engage with their learning, the five areas which are observed and assessed against are:

  • Exploration
  • Realisation
  • Anticipation
  • Persistence
  • Initiation