Gretton Primary Academy is a school where all pupils have the entitlement to a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum and all teaching and support staff are aware of the need for ‘inclusion’; this applies to extra-curricular and enrichment activities as well. Pupils with SEND are therefore taught with their peers, in class with the teacher and are encouraged to attend the wide variety of additional activities on offer. Children study the curriculum appropriate for their age, however, the learning environment will be adapted to ensure those with SEND can access this effectively. Teachers will address any barriers to learning which may exist for certain children and a range of teaching strategies, including flexible pupil groupings, will be used to match pupils’ learning needs and styles. Those pupils at SEN Support level may also have up to four withdrawal sessions a week with a teaching assistant or teacher, depending on their need. These sessions will last between 15 and 45 minutes and will take place in such a way that the child will not miss any spedcific teaching time from English or mathematics lessons.