Pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities make good progress across a range of subjects. They benefit from effective additional support in lessons and, where required, with individual support for specific areas of learning. Ofsted – July 2016
Our school has undertaken a review of our SEND policy (Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities).
Our current policy can be read by following this link: Special Educational Needs and Disability Policy
To provide an improved, compliant policy we are committed to co-producing our policy with families, children and young people. SEND has recently undergone many changes and all parents of children identified with a SEND were spoken to last term to gather views and share how the changes will support the children’s education. If you do have any questions about SPecial Educational Needs and Disabilities, please do not hesitate to come and talk to us.
Mrs Oselton is our SENCo (Special Educational Needs Coordinator) and she is available to meet with parents on a Wednesday; however, if you do have any concerns or worries, please do talk to your child’s class teacher.
Mr Stephen Parker and Mr Tim Massingham are our named Governors for SEND.
You can read a copy of our current Governors report by clicking here (February 2016 report)
You can read a copy of our previous Governor report by clicking here. This was produced by our previous SEND Governor, Mr Paul McEniff and explains the SEND Governor’s role.
Please click on the following link to read our Draft Equality and Inclusion Policy, which incorporates our Accessibility Plan and Equality Duties & Objective: Equality and Inclusion Policy 2018