SEND/Inclusion

A child with a Special Eduction Need and disability (SEND) is any child whom the school feels would benefit from more specially tailored teaching; whether this for learning, behaviour or physical difficulties.

 

Crucial to any child's learning is the support of his or her family and we therefore encourage the families of all children to work closely with the school, and particularly so where a special need has been identified.

 

After consultation with parents, the school sometimes enlists the help of other special services such as: School Nurse; Parent Support Adviser; Educational Psychologist; Behaviour Support Officer; Speech and Language Therapist; Physiotherapists; Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS); Occupational Therapists and Social Services.

 

For further information related to SEND, please view our policies.

Leaders ensure that additional funding is used to provide effective support for pupils who have SEN and/or disabilities. 

Ofsted October 2018

SEND Leader  Miss C Bowes

 

SEND Governor  Mrs F Reeves

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