SEN Information Report 

Who Are the Best People to talk to about my child’s Special Educational Need or Disability (SEND)?

  • The Class Teacher is your first point of contact if you have concerns about your child. The Class Teacher will also contact you if they are concerned about your child’s behaviour, emotional well-being, social development, academic progress or anything else.
  • The Year Group Leader and Phase Leader has the responsibility for progress of the year group and they with the Phase Leader will addresses any concern that cannot be addressed by the Class Teacher.
  • The Assistant Headteacher for Inclusion, Lisa Shearsby, takes day-to-day responsibility for the operation of the SEND policy and co- ordination of the provision made for individual children with SEND, working closely with staff, parents and carers, and other agencies. She ensures that you are kept involved in supporting your child’s learning and kept informed of the support they are getting and how they are doing.
  •  SEND Governor, Rebecca Pritchard, has oversight of the school’s arrangements and provision for meeting special educational needs.
  • The school aims to provide for the special educational needs of all our pupils as they are defined in our SEND policy,

 

 

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