Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND)

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) at All Saints CE Primary School

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Here at All Saints we believe that all children, including those with special educational needs and disabilities, are entitled to an education which allows them to flourish and progress to the best of their ability.

We believe that that every teacher is a teacher of children with SEND which means that class teachers plan and deliver inclusive education and experiences to meet individual needs. This is because they see them on a daily basis and know them best; they can easily adapt their provision as needed.

We have two Special Educational Needs and Disability Coordinators (SENDCOs): Mrs Brough and Mrs Hodgson. The SENDCO’s role is to advise, support and monitor the provision for children with SEND to ensure they make the best progress possible. They lead training for staff, liaise with other professionals and regularly make contact with parents.

When necessary, we invite other professionals to give support, advice and strategies to help our children with SEND. These include:

  • Educational Psychology Service

  • School Nurse

  • NHS Speech and Language Therapy Team

  • Specialist teachers from Autism/ADHD Advisory Teaching Service

  • Occupational Therapists

Parents and carers are kept informed at all times of the support in place for their children, and when other professionals are involved. Class teachers should be the first port of call for questions regarding children’s needs, support and progress as they know them best. If you would like to speak to the SENDCO, please speak to the office to make an appointment with either Mrs Brough or Mrs Hodgson.

The documents below will help you to further understand SEND provision at All Saints:

  • Policy: This sets out in detail how we meet legal requirements and how we deliver effective support for children with SEND.

  • Information Report: This is focussed on the provision and support we have in place for children. It is designed to enable parents/carers to have a clear understanding of what they can expect from All Saints in terms of SEND provision.

  • SEN Flow Chart: This document shows the process of identifying and addressing the needs of children, from initial concern through to formal assessment if needed.

  • Parent/Carer Charter: Here it is clearly outlined how we aim to work with parents/carers to provide the highest standards of support for children with SEND.

If you would like more information or have any questions, please do contact us via the school office.

Mrs L. Brough and Mrs J. Hodgson

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