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The North School Farm - Spring Fair 2017 - The North School Farm's famous Spring fair is taking place on Saturday 22nd April 2017, 10am-4pm.  - Read More

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EXCITING EVENTS IN SCIENCE

22/02/17

Canterbury Christ Church University (STEM)visit

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The North School Farm - Spring Fair 2017

06/02/17

The North School Farm's famous Spring fair is taking place on Saturday 22nd April 2017, 10am-4pm. 

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Premier Foods Link

16/01/17

Our links with Premier Foods have enabled us to enrich the curriculum of our Business Studies students

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Year 7 Homework - Castle Challenge

12/01/17

Our year 7 students  undertook their history homework challenge with enthusiasm this term. The challenge required students to design and create their own medieval castle. The standard of the castles we received was exceptional and most students went above and beyond the requirements of the task. We had a range of styles, layouts and materials and our department is now beautifully decorated with their hard work.  Well done year 7. 

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Auschwitz Trip

12/01/17

Lessons from Auschwitz is a programme established by the Holocaust Educational Trust, where it gives the opportunity to two students from each school participating to be a part of the programme. The programme consists of two seminars and the trip to Poland. The first seminar is where you meet your Educator and your group; it is where discussions are had and opinions and views voiced on the Holocaust.

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Special Educational Needs

 

Student View

“The teachers at The North School know that I can have problems in school. They understand that I sometimes need extra help to be able to get on with my work and that I need a quiet place to calm down when I get upset. ” Year 9 student.

SEN

Every student attending The North School is unique and has an individual profile of strengths and areas for development.

Teachers plan lessons so that every young person in their class can make progress academically, socially and emotionally. However sometimes, even with careful planning and the provision of adapted resources and intervention, young people do not make the progress we would expect for them and they need some additional help and support.

Students requiring this additional and specialist support are placed on the school’s Special Educational Needs register. This means that the school’s SENCO will arrange for additional targeted intervention to be put into place to ensure that the young person is able to make progress across the curriculum.

The school’s SEN Policy and Accessibility and Enablement Plan describes in detail the support available for students with SEN.

NS-005 - Special Educational Needs Policy FGB Approved 13 01 16.pdf

NS-010 - Accessibility and Enablement Plan - Approved Jan 15.pdf

 

The school’s SENCO is Mrs C. Clipstone

Contact: clipstone.c@north.kent.sch.uk