In our Autism Provision, a team of Teaching Staff and specialist Learning Support Assistants work to provide an enriched, individually oriented curriculum within an integrated setting where students can learn alongside their peers at a pace and with the support suitable to meet their needs.
Focus on individual needs to maximise progress
Provide a nurturing and supportive environment
Include students in mainstream lessons wherever possible
Develop the students confidence and independence
Maintain regular contact to ensure we work in partnership with parents
An individual, bespoke timetable
Differentiated work in mainstream lessons
Individual & small group teaching
Subject specialist teachers working in the Secondary DSP
Designated Primary Teacher for the Primary DSP class
Opportunities for students to work alongside their peers
Speech & Language and Social Communication/Skills intervention
Specialist Play Therapist and Sensory Room
Additional trained teaching and support staff
Transition work with Further Education Providers – Bradford Christian School is proud of its ethos of inclusion. All of our DSP students spend some time in mainstream lessons, where appropriate and time taking part in Primary, Middle, Upper and whole school activities and events. This helps build their confidence and enables them to take a full part in school life.
A large dedicated classroom for our Primary students and two classrooms and smaller rooms for our Secondary students
Laptops and iPads with appropriate software
Tailor-made teaching materials
A bank of recommended resources to support Speech and Language and Social Communication/Skills development
Specialist maths resources such as Numicon
Access to equipment, including a kitchen, for teaching life skills
Numeracy and Literacy programmes to help develop numeracy/literacy skills
Main Admissions Criteria for DSP (Autistic Spectrum Disorder)
All students allocated places will have an Education Health Care Plan (EHCP). Placements will be sought through and formally approved by Bradford Local Authority in consultation with the school.
You are welcome to arrange a visit to our school or request further information.
Please contact Sharon Horton Autism Provision Head/SENCo
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