ASL / EAL
These may be:
What we do:
Firstly we gather information about pupils. We do this by talking to P7 Teachers, Parents, Educational Psychologists and Pastoral Care Teachers.
We then compile lists of pupils who may have additional support needs (ASNs). The requirements of these pupils are assessed and appropriate support for them is planned.
The details of support given are recorded on Additional Support Plans (ASPs).
Support is prioritised as follows:
Types of support given:
The ASL department also organise educational outings for pupils to such venues as Oatridge Agricultural College, Glasgow Botanic Garden, the Strathclyde Police Museum, Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery, Pollok Country Park and Burrell Museum and “Evenings with NASA at Strathclyde University”.
How do we evaluate what we do?
We assess using reading ages, 5 –14 test results and SQA results of supported pupils.
We welcome feedback from pupils, parents, subject teachers, pastoral care staff and senior managers.