Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Funding 2017-18

 

We currently have 41 children on the SEND register at Coldfall; 5 of whom have either Statements of Special Educational Needs or Education Health Care plans in place and additional top up funding as a result.

Total SEND funding received: £134,149

Expenditure

Who What Expenditure Predicted outcome
Top up funding from LA for 5 children with Statements/EHCP to enable 1:1 support 3 x 1:1 support 5 days per week

0.5x 1:1 support 5 days per week

1 x 1:1 support 2 days per week

£27,415.38 To enable children to progress in line with their individual learning programmes.
Additional funding supplied by school for 5 children with Statements/EHCP to enable 1:1 support 3 x 1:1 support 5 days per week

0.5x 1:1 support 5 days per week

1 x 1:1 support 2 days per week

£60,611.52 To enable children to progress in line with their individual learning programmes.
Teaching assistants Intervention programmes: 3 x 20 mins sessions per week (SaLT, 1:1 reading, key word spelling etc) £554.19 per TA

Cost for FS, KS1 & KS2: £11,637.99

To enable basic skills are in place and children are able to access the curriculum.
Class teachers/teaching assistants Support within quality first practice to enable access to learning (approx 30 mins per child at SS per day). £151,740 SEN children able to access learning objectives in line with their peers.
Teaching assistants Making/sourcing additional resources (approx 1 hr per week) £554.19 To enable access to the curriculum
Learning mentor 1 day per week spent in class supporting children at SS £7,520.40 To raise self-esteem and confidence of children on the SEN register.
Total expenditure: £ 259,479.48

How much are we expecting to receive?

Our total anticipated SEN funds for 2016-2017 amounts to £136,381. Part of this total includes some indicative funding that may be slightly adjusted by Haringey Local Authority at the end of the year. The main funding elements include:

  • SEN core funding from the local authority.
  • SEN contingency funding (targeted SEN funding primarily for schools west of the borough).
  • SEN top-up funding – for children with statements or Education Health Care Plans living in Haringey.

How are we planning to use the funds?

The budget allocation will be used to fund the following SEN services and provisions:

  • Teaching Assistants specific to individuals and groups as required.
  • Support for children with additional needs from outside agencies and other specialists
  • Specialised equipment to enable access and inclusion e.g. technology and physical adaptations to the building

 

Read our SEND School Offer  HERE