Meeting the Needs of Pupils with SEN
ICT is used to support pupils with SEN across the curriculum areas. In a range of curriculum areas ICT is used as a tool to enable pupils with SEN to access the curriculum materials. Examples of everyday practise in which ICT is used to enhance learning for pupils with an SEN include:
ICT is also used as a motivator for pupils with behavioural difficulties. ICT is often used as a reward for positive behaviour.
Riverside Primary has 10 iPads which are to be used by children with Special Educational Needs. A range of Apps have been installed which have been recommended by a range of professional. IPads are stored in the BASE and are available for teachers to use to support pupils in their class as necessary.
Specific user accounts have been specially adapted to suit the needs of pupils with SEN, including larger screens, font sizes and a cursor with a shadow.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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