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Ninian Park Primary School

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ALN

At Ninian Park Primary School, we value each and every one of our pupils.

 

We recognise that every pupil comes to us with a wide range of skills, abilities, interests, qualities and attributes, and we welcome and celebrate this diversity.  We appreciate that all learners are individuals and we are keen to support and challenge all learners, with consideration of their individual needs.  We aim to create an inclusive environment through our planning and provision.

 

At Ninian Park we are well equipped to provide support through a variety of strategies, ranging from in-class effective differentiation to a range of intervention programmes, specifically designed to allow pupils to develop their literacy and numeracy skills, as well as their emotional health and wellbeing.  Pupils' needs are considered on an individual basis and we ensure that the appropriate support is put in place for each child (which may be on a 1:1 basis or within a small group). 

Please note that pupils do not need to be identified as having Additional Learning Needs (ALN) to access this support nor does accessing this support automatically mean that a pupil has ALN.  

  

If we consider that your child may have Additional Learning Needs (ALN) we will invite you in to school to discuss this at a meeting with your child's class teacher and the Additional Learning Needs Coordinator (Miss N Rhodes).  If you have concerns about your child's progress, please discuss this with your child's teacher in the first instance.  

 

For further information about ALN and the changes to the ALN system in Wales, please follow the links below.  

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