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At Abberley Hall we are determined that every pupil should be enabled to experience success in their learning. In order to make this possible we have a vibrant, welcoming and proactive Learning Support department which offers one-to-one lessons for all pupils who need that extra bit of support to allow them to reach their full learning potential.

At Abberley Hall we are determined that every pupil should be enabled to experience success in their learning. In order to make this possible we have a vibrant, welcoming and proactive Learning Support department which offers one-to-one lessons for all pupils who need that extra bit of support to allow them to reach their full learning potential.

The department is staffed by highly qualified specialist teachers and integrated within the main school. It has its own purpose-built teaching rooms and the department supports pupils from the Early Years right through to the Top Year.

We work very much as a team and liaise closely with other teaching staff and with parents. Abberley is a mainstream school, but the Learning Support Department has wide experience of supporting a comprehensive range of specific learning difficulties including dyslexia, dyspraxia, ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder), ADD/ ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, auditory processing difficulties, along with many others. Some of our pupils might simply have a slight spelling weakness, whilst others have more far reaching difficulties. Abberley pupils spend the vast majority of their time in mainstream lessons, but the Learning Support tutors are here to make sure that those with specific learning difficulties are able to access the lessons fully, play a full part in the wider life of the school and take pride in personal achievement. In this way, and by recognising each pupil as an individual learner, our pupils typically develop a high-level of self-esteem and social confidence.

We pride ourselves in identifying any barriers to learning that a pupil may be experiencing at the earliest possible opportunity. Intervention is then discussed with parents and put in place swiftly in order to maximise its effectiveness. Thereafter the support is monitored regularly and if exam concessions are appropriate, we make sure that the necessary assessments are carried out and adjustments put in place. Where they are needed we work closely with external support agencies and have a good working relationship with a useful range of local, relevant professionals.

If you would like to find out more, please come and visit us. We would love to meet you.