SEND and Learning Support
Boston Grammar School has high aspirations and expectations for all our young people. We provide every student with the best possible environment for learning to ensure each student can achieve their full potential appreciating and valuing their own strengths. At Boston Grammar School we work with the students enabling them to overcome barriers, to successfully achieve both academically and being prepared as an adult to become exceptional members of the community.
We recognise that most students find they can progress with the help of their subject teachers and tutors but some students may require tailored and targeted support beyond this of a temporary or permanent nature. We seek to embrace the needs of all ensuring that students with identified needs are able to access the full curriculum complying with the SEN Code of Practice (January 2015) and Equality Act 2010.
Examples of need we have successfully supported include:
• Slow Processing
• Physical Disabilities such as visual or hearing impairment
• Autistic Spectrum Condition
• Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
• Mental health and emotional issues
• Chronic Medical Conditions
Inclusion is central to our ethos and values and we have an excellent team to enact targeted support, details below: