99% of our learners have some form of barrier to learning and require extra support. We offer isolated learners an inclusive, friendly and safe environment.
We have supported learners with various SEND barriers including: Asperger’s Syndrome, Autism, Dyslexia, Global Delay and Moderate Learning Difficulties. With many SEND learners being in possession of an EHCP, we can support them to achieve their educational ambitions.
Learners with SEND who have joined Nisai in Key Stages 3 and 4 have gone on to achieve their chosen pathway, whether that be College, University or the workplace.
The delivery of the NVA meets the needs of many challenges experienced by SEND learners such as avoiding eye contact and providing a familiar routine through timetabled lessons. We remove them from their physical space and place our learners in smaller virtual classes (no more than 15 students). Subsequently, they can focus on their education without having the distraction of 25 plus other students.
As a lead sponsor of the National Association of Special Education Needs and Disabilities (nasen), we can offer schools, LAs and parents quality assured education.