1. Who are the best people to talk to about my child’s difficulties with learning / SEND needs?
Your child's class teacher
- Checking on the progress of your child and identifying, planning and delivering any additional help your child may need (this could be targeted work or additional support) and letting the SENCO know as necessary.
- Writing Individual Education Plans (IEPs), based on the smaller steps and sharing and reviewing these with parents at least once each term and planning for the next term.
- Personalised teaching and learning for your child as identified on the school’s provision map.
- Ensuring that the school’s SEND Policy is followed in the classroom.
SENCO: Mrs G Slater
- Developing and reviewing the school’s SEND policy.
- Co-ordinating all the support for children with SEND.
- Ensuring that you are
i) involved in supporting your child’s learning
ii) kept informed about the support your child is getting
iii) involved in reviewing how they are doing.
- Liaising with external agencies who may support your child, e.g. Speech and language, Educational Psychologists and Autism Outreach.
- Updating the school’s SEN register (a system for ensuring that all the SEND needs of pupils in this school are known) and making sure that records of your child’s progress and needs are kept.
- Providing specialist support for teachers and support staff in the school, so that they can help children with SEND in the school to achieve the best progress possible.
Head teacher: Mrs E Hanson
- The day-to-day management of all aspects of the school; this includes the support for children with SEND.
- The Head teacher will give responsibility to the SENCO and class teachers, but is still responsible for ensuring that your child’s needs are met.
- The Head teacher must make sure that the Governing Body is kept up to date about issues relating to SEND.
SEN Governor: Michelle Rose
- Making sure that the necessary support is given for any child with SEND who attends the school.
School contact telephone number: 01773 833138