Wetherby Preparatory School

Wetherby Preparatory School

Learning Enrichment & Support

Our main objective at Wetherby Prep is to enable each boy to maximise his potential. We have earned a good reputation for supporting boys with Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dyspraxia and attention difficulties. All new boys are assessed on entry and those requiring support are identified and appropriate support structures are set up. Boys may be withdrawn from class for one to one or small group work with specialist support teachers. For these boys, an Individual Education Plan (IEP) is drawn up each term with realistic and measurable targets set. These IEPs are reviewed and rewritten termly.

Our relatively small class sizes mean that the student:teacher ratio allows teachers to actively differentiate and support those boys needing consolidation. In addition, wherever possible, support staff work in the classroom alongside the teacher to support boys identified as needing support within the lessons.

We work very closely with parents and encourage them to collaborate with us in their sons’ education. The school has well established links with educational psychologists, speech therapists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and other such professionals whom we consult as and when it is required.

Mrs Kate Callaghan,
Head of Learning Support