Little Lever School values all its pupils equally and acknowledges that each of them is entitled to a full range of educational experiences and opportunities regardless of intellect or physical ability. The school will promote the individual potential of all its students whilst recognising that some may have SEND.
Pupils with special educational needs are offered a broad, balanced and differentiated curriculum which promotes high standards of attainment and achievement. The Learning Support Department co-ordinates provision for pupils identified as having a special educational need.
The PLB (Personalised Learning Base) aims to help students with additional learning support through targeted interventions. It is also a base for those who need to revise or complete extra work for their lessons.
As part of the PLB there are some online resources students can access to give them additional support when completing work on Google Classroom, which can be accessed via the Remote Learning Strategy SEND & PLB support pages.
Staying Mentally Healthy
The mental health and wellbeing of our students is imperative.
As a school, we promote positive mental health and wellbeing by:
- Developing an ethos and environment which supports learning and promotes the health and wellbeing of all, whether it be; socially, emotionally, mentally or physically
- Promoting resilience in students
- Ensuring pupils feel safe and supported
- Developing a sense of belonging, encouraging participation of all
- Developing pupil relationships – trust to talk openly with adults about their problems
We also have access to a number of resources to support the mental health and well-being of everyone connected to Little Lever School during the COVID-19 outbreak, which can be viewed in the Staying Mentally Healthy tab below.