The school is committed to practices and procedures that respect and value all children equally and ensure that all children are supported thoroughly, whatever their educational needs. Our SEN Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the provision in this area. Children are generally supported during the Literacy Hour and Numeracy Hour. The support can be one to one and in small groups. Parents/carers are very much involved and informed at every stage of the SEN provision.
All children with SEN will have their own Provision map or an Individual Education Plan drawn up in consultation with parents/ carers, the SENCO and class teachers. Learning mentors and a psychotherapist also offer a valuable service to support children with specific needs.
The SEND Policy is currently under review. The document will be available on the school's website shortly. In the meantime paper copies are available from the school's office upon request.
Please note that the School's Accessibility plan is also currently under review and will be available on the School's website shortly. If you require the document urgently the office staff will provide you with a paper copy upon request.