All teachers at Templars Primary School have high expectations and aspirations for all of the pupils. They closely monitor the progress on the children and their learning within the classroom and differentiate activities as and where required. For example, different ways of teaching may be used to support a pupil such as access to more practical resources or the use of visual prompts. The SENCO or staff from outside agencies may also suggest additional strategies for a pupil to use within the classroom to enable your child to access the learning task. Class teachers closely monitor the learning needs of all children at Templars and if they identify any gaps or barriers to learning they can specifically target these. Class teachers will plan group intervention sessions based on the most recent assessments. These groups will have clearly identified objectives for your child to work towards, based on identified gaps in their learning. These groups might be led by a teacher or a teaching assistant working to plans made by the class teacher.