All schools are required to account for the amount of funds received, the use and impact of the work done. All students attending Gilbrook School have a special educational needs statement or educational health plan outlining their individual areas with special needs and informing their individual education plan. Gilbrook cares for children with social, emotional and psychological health and other related needs, including ASD and specific learning disabilities. The student bonus is an additional allowance for schools to support certain groups of children vulnerable to possible under-performance. These include students who are entitled to free school meals, students in the care of local authorities and children of armed soldiers. These resources are intended to accelerate progress and increase progress. In most cases, the student bonus is awarded to schools and is clearly identifiable. It is up to schools to decide how the student bonus for schools per WSF student will be spent, as they are in the best position to assess the additional accommodations provided for each student in their responsibility. Our curriculum is based on the National Curriculum and covers all current disciplines. Different methods and teaching materials are used in all courses to meet the different needs and learning styles of students.
Our registration process allows us to report accurately on the progress made by all students in verifying statements on specific educational needs, individual behaviour plans or individual educational plans at the end of each key level and on a semi-annual basis. The school offers a multitude of pastoral supports to students who experience emotional difficulties: the school strives to promote good work and behaviour habits as soon as a student enters the classroom. All staff are expected to encourage self-discipline among students and to act appropriately in the face of unacceptable behaviour. Rewards and are applied fairly and consistently. In Wirral, the vast majority of children with special educational needs and/or disabilities will have met their needs in their local attitudes, schools or first-year colleges. Only “certain children/adolescents” require an assessment of education, health and care needs to allow the municipality to decide whether to implement regulations under an EHC plan. The assistance needed to meet most of the children`s SEN needs comes from the clean SEN budget for schools, schools or higher education institutions (so-called funding for Elements 1 and 2).