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What support are children with special educational needs entitled to?

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Children with special educational needs are entitled to special educational provision to meet their identified needs. This is additional help that is not generally available to all children at school.

For example, a child with dyslexia may access small group teaching in English and/or maths; a child with a visual impairment may receive handouts in larger print; a child with autism may require a classroom assistant; a child with communication difficulties may require speech and language therapy to enable them to learn.

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