The College has a Designated Special Provision (DSP) for students with Moderate Learning Difficulty (MLD). Students would normally be offered a place in this provision if they are working at or below National Curriculum Level 1, admission is determined in consultation with Rutland County Council. This provision is not suitable for students whose main need is BESD or ASD. For students placed in the DSP at the College, the following additional support is available on a bespoke basis based on the needs of the child but may include:
- Access to adult supervision/support during morning break, lunch and after College;
- Skills for Life and personal development;
- Small teaching groups;
- Access to mainstream lessons as far as possible and on a bespoke basis;
- Support with transition to post-16 providers;
- Support with work experience.
Students with an Education Health Care Plan (EHCP) should apply to the College via their home local authority. Students with Special Educational Needs but without an EHCP should apply in the normal way. The application policy can be read here.
To read the most recent SEND Information Report click here.
To download the Individual Setting form from the Council please click here. For more information on SEN provision from the Rutland County Council click here. For the agreement between the Local Authority and the College, please click here.
The Accessibility Plan fits within the Federation Health and Safety Policy which can be found here.
If you would like more information about the SEN/DSP provision within Catmose College, please contact either Andrea Sharpe (SENCO for students with an EHCP) on email@example.com or Rebekah Merrington (SENCO for students with all other SEN needs) on firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information about the SEN provision within Catmose Primary, please contact Rebecca Hall (SENCO) on email@example.com