If your child has been chosen to attend an intervention, it does not necessarily mean they have special needs. Quite often class teachers, through their daily assessments, will quickly identify that a child might be struggling slightly in a certain area. After discussions with the SENDCo, it might be agreed that if the child attended an intervention for a short period of time, the gap in their learning could be quickly filled, allowing them to return to class and make the progress needed. When questioned, nearly all children enjoy attending the intervention sessions. They are always practical, hands on and fun. Children grow in confidence quickly as they are able to work at their own pace and ask questions to further their learning.