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How will you work with me to help my child who needs additional support from adults at home to access remote education?

We recognise that some pupils, for example some pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), may not be able to access remote education without support from adults at home. We acknowledge the difficulties this may place on families, and we will work with parents and carers to support those pupils in the following ways:​​​​​​


  • Provide levels of differentiation within learning tasks
  • Provide alternative learning assignments for target groups and pupils
  • Provide open ended and creative tasks
  • Provide 'Life Skills' tasks
  • Provide support resources such as word mats, number lines, 100 square, sentence starters
  • Ensure books allocated on Active Learn match their reading ability level
  • Assign pupils to groups for Phonics in accordance with Read Write assessment
  • Set individual pupil targets on SEN Support Plans
  • Share Support Plans with pupils and their parents outlining ways in which their child can be helped at home
  • For parents to be able to contact the SENCO or Nurture Team for additional advice and support
  • Inviting children to join the SEN/Nurture Virtual Classroom via Google Classroom
  • Parents are able to contact the class teacher via the class email or by telephone via the school office
  • Some children (in accordance with their needs) may need an individualised programme of work. This will be provided through assigning tasks to individuals on Google Classroom or through a printed pack
  • Small group or 1:1 Zoom meetings between pupils (with parent supervising) and staff


For children working on specialised support programmes (eg Speech and Language/ OT) these will be provided as far as possible by suitably trained support staff via Google Classroom, recorded video sessions or 1:1 Zoom meetings.


For children in Reception a daily outline of tasks is provided on Google Classroom with a consistent set routine. Children complete most tasks away from the computer and parents submit work via Tapestry.


For younger pupils who may find online learning a challenge, we can provide printed packs of the same activities and video recordings of teaching input and videos of how to use the online learning platform.

It has been great to see the children happy to return to school after the summer holiday...........We are looking forward to a more 'normal' term!...........Arriving time for all children is 8.40a.m. to 8.50a.m. with finishing time for all children at 3.00p.m........Please see the Parent Information Booklet sent home at the end of last term and again on Friday 3rd September for further information about the return to school..........If you are interested in working at Millfield, please check our vacancies on About Us section of this website...............If you are looking for a school place for your child and would like to have an informal discussion please contact the school office.........