Our school Inclusion Co-ordinator, sometimes known as a SENCO (Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator) is Miss N Prentice. She can be contacted via the school office at email@example.com
It is a priority within the school to identify and assess the abilities of all children as soon as they enter school. Where a weakness in a child's performance at school is identified, extra support may be started. This will consist of a detailed plan of how, as a partnership, school and parents are going to work to overcome the weaknesses.
In cases where a further provision is required other professionals (advisory teachers, psychologists, etc.) are consulted with the approval of the parents. In certain cases a statement of special educational needs is drawn up by the Local Authority. A statement is a more formalised document that is compiled on evidence.
You can download the Department for Education guide to SEN for parents from here.
The website ehcpjourneys.com has useful guidence for parents with children who have or may need an Education & Health Care Plan.
You can download our 2015-2017 Accessibility Plan from here.
Click here for the 2017 SEN Information Report.
Click here for the 2016 SEN Information Report.
Click here for the 2015 SEN Information Report.