|Pupil Support Staff|
|Miss Irene Stove||Principal Teacher|
|Mrs Maureen Gordon||ASN Teacher|
|Dr Sandra Millar-Weyland||ASN Teacher|
|Mrs Mary Molloy||ASN Teacher|
|Mr David Morrison||ASN Teacher (part-time)|
|Mrs Edith Morrison||ASN Teacher|
|Mr Aaron Osardu||ASN Teacher (part-time)|
|Mr Michael Christie||ASN Teacher|
Additional Support Needs – A Definition.
The majority of children and young people are able to access the curriculum without the need of additional help other than that which would ordinarily be available in the classroom by the class teacher. This is known as Universal Support.
A child or young person requiring planned extra support to allow them to better engage in their learning has ‘additional support needs’ and will require some Targeted Support.
A need for additional support does not imply that a child or young person lacks abilities or skills.
Additional support needs can be long or short term and may arise through any of the following:
Disability and Health
Social and Emotional Factors
Additional support may take a number of forms and come from health, social work or some voluntary organisations as well as from education.
Aberdeen City Council has a policy of Inclusion. Our definition of inclusion is:
“..the process of developing flexible systems to support the needs of all children and young people through collaborative partnership working.”
The main aim of inclusion is to ensure that children and young people with additional support needs (ASN) receive adequate and efficient provision as stated in the Education (Additional Support for Learning) (Scotland) Act 2004 and in line with The Education (Additional Support for Learning) (Scotland) Act 2009 (the 2009 Act).