Access Arrangements for Schools
Candidates with a specific learning difficulty may require a range of access arrangements to enable them to demonstrate what they know and can do it examinations, The purpose of examination access arrangements are to ensure where possible that barriers to assessments are removed for a candidate with a learning difficulty.
Students can be given Access Arrangements in tests and examinations which allows the dyslexic student to be ‘on a level playing field’ with their peers. These arrangements can include 25% extra time, use of a computer, a scribe etc. These can be undertaken from the beginning of year 9.
Dyslexia Support Consultancy is happy to provide an ongoing, established relationship tailored to your school’s individual requirements. This could include:-
Please contact Dyslexia Support Consultancy for more details and to discuss your requirements. Cost is dependent on student numbers.
For further information/help for SENCos :-
Assessments reflect the JCQ guidelines
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