SEND & the Curriculum
At EEHS we expect all students to study a broad and balanced curriculum and pupils with SEND are no exception to this.
We believe offering a broad and balanced curriculum, along with additional support where necessary, is the route to success for all students. There is strong evidence that studying a modern foreign language is extremely beneficial to students with SEND. Studying a language can:
- Improve understanding of language constructs
- Improve articulation
- Develop social skills
- Develop cultural awareness
- Improve memory
- Build self-esteem
As we are committed to a holistic approach to student support, we also expect all pupils to study a GCSE in a sport based subject. Studying a subject like this can:
- Improve mental health
- Encourage a healthy diet
- Lead to improved fitness
Specialist Resourced Provision for Deaf Children
At Epsom and Ewell High School we have a specialist resourced provision which strives to individualise our student support, enabling a successful and challenging mainstream education for our deaf students.
Our prospectus can be viewed below or dowloaded via the link below: