SEND and Pupil Premium
Through appropriate curriculum provision, we recognise that students have different educational needs and abilities.
Please click to see:
- SEN and Disabilities policy Sept 2023
- John Hanson Community School SEND Information Report
- Hampshire Local offer JHCS
- Pupil Premium Plan 2022-2025
- Pupil Premium Strategy
SENDIASS statutory link:
Assistant Headteacher Inclusion (SEND/Disadvantaged students) - Mrs C. Ferguson - Charlotte.Ferguson@jhanson.hants.sch.uk
At John Hanson Community School, we are committed to all members of our school community achieving their potential. We are proud to have an inclusive ethos of Inspire. Care. Succeed. that provides flexible support for students with a range of needs. We wish for all of our students to experience all that the school has to offer, including enriching, broad and balanced curriculum, trips and extra-curricular activities. We work tirelessly to enable all students to achieve their academic and personal potential - our planning and delivery is based on close collaboration between the learning and pastoral support teams.
We aim to create a safe, supportive learning environment that promotes the improvement of confidence, self-esteem and self-awareness. Our ‘John Hanson Principles of Instruction’ are the foundation for effective teaching for all students but particularly those with additional needs, and focus on knowledge acquisition, modelling, independent practise and scaffolding.
One of our key priorities as a school is tackling reading proficiency- please follow this link for details:
These two provision maps outline the key support strategies for our students with additional needs and students who are in receipt of Pupil Premium funding