The largest identified area of special need in the school falls under SLCN ( Speech, Language and Communication Need ) as set out in the SEN Code of Practice 2001 where 61% of SEND children have a medical diagnosis of receptive and/or expressive language difficulty, followed by 21% of SEND children with a medical diagnosis of and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Other types of need are Down’s Syndrome ( 2%), Apert’s Syndrome (2%), Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties SEBD (6%), Dyslexia (2%) and more generally literacy difficulties which are under investigation for potential specific causes (6%). These needs are justifiable as they have been recognised and identified as such by relevantly qualified and external agencies or are in the process of being more specifically identified
Anyone providing services for children with special needs – health, education or social service departments, as well as voluntary organisations – must act within the legal framework. Legislation can change at any time and all health, education and social care practitioners, also Early Years workers, should be alert to new Acts and Regulations. There have been many changes to legislation in the UK over recent years which have affected this and a gradual increase in entitlements for these pupils.
The Common Assessment Framework 2009 aims to identify additional need and promotes information sharing and coordination of services. Working Together to Safeguard 2003 outlines legal requirements for safeguarding, promoting welfare, roles and responsibilities of professionals and working together to keep children safe. The Munro Review 2012 regards the rights, wishes and feelings to shape the provision of services. The Safeguarding and Welfare Requirements of the Statutory Framework for EYFS 2014 outlines responsibilities for childcare providers for children 0-5 years. Special Educational Needs and Disability Code 2014 provides guidance relating to promoting the welfare of children and young people with special educational needs and
It is important to me that I get to know pupils and find out their capabilities and interests as soon as possible, this will help me to best support them through the curriculum in extra ways. As I didn’t work with them from the beginning of their St.Felix schooling I didn’t visit them at home to speak to their parents about their needs, but I did obtain
1.1 One of the class teachers main roles is to monitor and assess pupil achievement. They need to know how their class are progressing and be able to report on this. The teacher plans the lessons and schemes of work to enable the children to reach their learning objectives. It is important that the teacher, children and support staff know the objectives so they can understand the learning that is taking place.
For this assignment we needed to compute the mean, median, and mode for five quantitative variables. The five that were computed in this assignment were number of total prior arrests, number of prior misdemeanors, number of total prior convictions, number of prior felony arrests, and number of drug convictions. The mean is defined as the average in a group of numbers, the median is the middle number in a group, and the mode is the most frequently occurring number in the group.
In order to provide the Australia Park Victoria with the appropriate data to solve its current crisis, the most appropriate method of data collection for this research is the qualitative method. According to Gay and Airasian (p 627) qualitative method is the collection of extensive data on various variables over a long time in a natural setting with an aim of acquiring insights not possible using other methods. It involves three different kinds of information collection: direct observation, in depth and open-ended interviews and written documents. Qualitative method involves use of random sampling and structured data collection instruments that fit different experiences. The method also enables the researcher to study the specific area of
Provides guidance on policies and procedures to guide schools and other professionals who have links with the schools and children with SEN. It provides support, advice on, how to meet the needs of SEN children to the age of 25 as well as promoting their welfare. The Act develops a strong relationship between parents, schools, local authority and other organisations that deal with childrenâ€TMs with SEN and to help raise achievement of children without
The behavior was observed from a large sample of people. This included twenty people shopping alone and twenty people shopping in a group, for a total of forty subjects, each ranging in ages from approximately 19 to 40 years old. The subjects were observed from the time they entered the store until the time they left. The reasoning behind this was to see the buying behavior differences for the whole experience and figure out which areas of the store could be improved in order to appeal to groups of people shopping. The behaviors observed included the amount of time spent inside the store, the amount of money spent, the interactions with associates, and the areas of the stores that were navigated.
Raw data used in generating this report mainly came from 2 sources: United States Department of Agriculture and Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Economic Data. All Data manipulated are national, time series data. The frequency of the dada is monthly. All Data were de-trended; the base year is 2007.
Polkinghorn (2005) declared that the “human experience is a difficult area to study [and] it
This provides an overview of the steps that were used for the processing of the data. In general all of the processes were executed using batch macros in ImageJ and the resulting files were saved at each step.
Financial management theories provide various indexes for measuring a percentage of foreign bank impact towards domestic banking. One of them is financial ratio. The uses of financial ratios are quite common in literature. Bank regulators, for example, use financial ratios help to evaluate a domestic bank performance. In order to see how percentage of foreign bank effect the domestic bank in Malaysia over 10 years, this study uses nine financial ratios to
But this research design involved only student survey questionnaires, and the section of open ended questions. In open-ended section we asked different