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19/10/21

Come along to our Open Evening tonight, 5pm-8pm at Barton Court Grammar School and learn more about our new free school opening in September 2022. https://t.co/qmAN98HMoV https://t.co/mDkjO0vqKz

12/10/21

Barton Manor School is looking for LGB Govs to join them in Jan 2022. If you or someone you know is interested in joining the Trust to help implement the vision, ethos & direction of our new free school click the link below or retweet to spread the word. https://t.co/JqhtzCvv49 https://t.co/WcNV2KxhgA

30/09/21

Retweeted From Barton Court Grammar

Our new free school, Barton Manor, is progressing. Here are the latest images. https://t.co/UBLZw8ECEj

16/09/21

Our Open Morning Tour of the site is now full on Monday 11 October, 9.30am, but other time slots are still available. To book click here: https://t.co/qmAN98HMoV

07/09/21

Work's really progressing on our new build. Due for completion in February 2022. https://t.co/abbEw9lmO5

SEN

Barton Court Academy Trust (BCAT) and all schools within the Trust are committed to Quality First Teaching and personalised provision, in accordance with the SEN Code of Practice, 2015.

Learners needs are met through a graduated approach starting at a whole-school level of personalised teaching, with additional support that can be introduced to overcome barriers.  Provision should continually evolve with our students’ development to maximise on successes and to overcome emergent or developing needs. We are committed to working with all families and the community to support our students.  If a student with SEND is not making their expected progress we offer targeted intervention and whole-school initiatives as outlined in the links on this page.

We have a commitment to high quality and meaningful teaching and learning, captured in our Teaching and Learning policy.

What is the Special Educational Needs (SEN) information report?

The SEN information report details the provision that Barton Manor School offers when open to students from September 2022, with special education and disability needs. To find out more about the new SEND code of practice, visit the SEND code of practice: 0 to 25 years on the Department for Education website.

SEND Code of Practice

SEN information

A child or young person has SEN if they have a learning difficulty or disability which calls for special educational provision to be made for him or her.  At Barton Manor School we are determined to identify and meet the needs of all students in order to allow them to arrive at and even exceed their potential.  Our school building is accessible via lifts and has disabled toilets.  Our SEND and equalities policies can be found on our website and any queries can be directed to our BCAT SENCO Dan Long dlong@cds.kent.sch.uk

The links here relate to those students who have difficulties that affect their learning and are recognised as needing specific types of support. Follow the links below to find out more about how we work to support young people with a range of additional needs.

If you wish to find out more about Kent Local Offer, please use the link below:

http://www.kent.gov.uk/education-and-children/special-educational-needs