Learning Support

Learning Support
At Dormston School, we value the abilities and achievements of all our pupils and the contribution that every young person can make. We welcome the diversity of culture, individuality and intellectual style that comprises our School.

We are committed to providing each pupil with the best possible environment and opportunities for learning.

The Learning Support department seek to raise the achievement, remove/reduce the barriers to learning and increase all our students’ ability to access the curriculum.

Our SEND support staff are dedicated to providing an enthusiastic, motivated and driven environment, where students and adults work together to provide a diverse and supportive atmosphere.
All our young pupils with SEND are valued as equal members of our community and our SEND staff adopt and reinforce the Aims and Objectives of the Dormston SEND Policy/ Information Report.

Our Vision at Dormston is to recognise individual learning needs of all pupils in our school and to support learning in all its forms. We aim for the quality of teaching and learning to be consistently high with extra-curricular opportunities embedded within the curriculum.

Students who have SEND are those for whom individualised educational provision has to be made for a period of time (that which is additional to or different from the educational provision made generally for students of their age).
Learning Support Team
Our Aims are:
We will achieve this through:
Contact

The school SENDCo can be contacted should prospective parents wish to discuss SEND support at Dormston.

scooper@dormston.dudley.sch.uk

Please take a look at the local offer on the website below:

www.dudley.gov.uk/resident/localoffer/