Key Stage 2 SEN
BOFA is used widely across the UK to assisst pupils with learning difficulties in the primary and prep school sectors.
BOFA issues an independent learning environment with tailored teaching and practice, and gives the pupil a bespoke learning experience with the right amount of support for them.
Pupils are able to pause the tests whenever they want - allowing them to adapt their use of BOFA to their own attention span. This also means that if a pupil finds they are experiencing any anxiety because they have moved forwards too quickly, they will be able to take a break and return to BOFA at a later time.
If a pupil finds the clock within the test to be distracting, this can be hidden at any time. However, it can also be used for encouraging time management skills.
Individual pupils can vary the size and colour of the text within the tests, which assissts with visibility needs.
The audio within the spelling tests can be played through headphones rather than through the computer speakers if this makes the child more comfortable or if they find it easier to concentrate this way.
The Key Stage 2 material is benchmarked to the new National Curriculum framework and follows Levels 3 through 6.