Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy
Teacher with students in the classroom
An opportunity for every boy

Learning Support

At Tower House, we aim to ensure that the Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) of all the pupils in the school are identified and supported.  In keeping with our ethos, we believe that all teaching staff share the responsibility for meeting this aim. By working in partnership, pupils, teachers and parents can enable pupils to reach their fullest potential, achieve a high degree of independence and promote self-esteem.

Specialist support is provided by the Learning Support Department for boys of all ages from Reception through to Year 8. Teaching takes place in small groups or on a one-to-one basis, with lessons timetabled throughout the school day. Support lessons take place outside the classroom. The Learning Support staff liaise very closely with all subject teachers to ensure that each pupil’s support is linked as effectively as possible to the wider school curriculum.

Learning Development Plans are written twice a year for pupils receiving individual support and the department works closely with parents, pupils and staff to agree targets and monitor pupil progress.

While initial assessments can be carried out by the school, the school may, on occasion, request a full assessment by outside agencies such as Educational Psychologists or Speech and Language Therapists for which there is usually an additional charge,

We aim to provide “an opportunity for every boy” to achieve to his potential and consequently make no charge for additional support within school.

"Teaching takes place in small groups or on a one-to-one basis, with lessons timetabled throughout the school day"

Junior School Nativity

There are few things as delightful, and at times tear-jerking, as the Junior School Nativity. Thanks go to the Junior School staff who have been very busy making costumes and props - the boys looked absolutely spectacular.
Congratulations to Ms Whittingham and Mrs Barnett in particular for directing such a fabulous show!

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