Resourced Provision

A unique feature of Grove House Primary School is that we offer a specialist Resourced Provision for pupils with a visual impairment. Our Local Authority Led Resourced Provision supports pupils across the whole school. In this specialist team, we have qualified teachers of the visually impaired (QTVI), a curriculum Resource officer and vision impaired specialist support assistants (VISSA). They are trained in a range of skills including braille and braille reading, supporting tactile learning as well being able to use specialist equipment to modify resources so that all learners can access the curriculum.

For most of the school day, pupils with a visual impairment work alongside their peers in class. The children also have an additional curriculum to ensure they have the opportunity and time to develop skills to become an independent learner and maintain good self-esteem as a vision-impaired person. This additional curriculum includes pre-braille, braille, specialist technology, Independent Living Skills, Social Skills, mobility and the children also take part in Go4it trips that provide opportunities for new experiences and challenges outside of the classroom.


Our Aims for Every Child

  • To enable them to reach their full potential, in all areas of their life.
  • To encourage them to become independent learners, and to encourage independence in all aspects of life.
  • To develop and support their aspirations.
  • To prepare for adulthood and employment.
  • To provide full access to the school curriculum.
  • To provide a high standard of resources and support, as appropriate.
  • To have proactive approach to inclusion for all.


CYP SEND Outcomes

  • I am loved and cared for by those around me and supported if and when I need it.
  • I feel supported and safe.
  • I am confident and able to achieve my dreams.
  • I am valued and accepted in society.
  • My voice is heard and I am able to live my life to the fullest.
  • I try to remain positive and stay healthy.


Contact Us

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