Information and advice on SEN
Every child is unique and special in their own way and every child makes their own journey through the educational milestones that are laid out in front of them.
Some children develop at a rate that may cause parents concern and their child may end up being identified as having an additional need that needs to be supported and nurtured in a different way.
This is often defined as 'special educational needs' and this can be different for every child. This need doesn't have to have a diagnosis of needs but likewise it can and we always advice parents to come and talk if they are worried.
We have set this page up to help parents understand what SEND provision schools offer and how we can help.
The government, DFE and council all provide a wide range of advice and guidance and a good place to start is via the link below.
Visiting our inclusion page provides a copy of our policies and reports. These are create by Faye Kimber who is our assistant Headteacher and inclusion lead
Phases of SEND
This document is put together to try and outline the different stages of SEND support and what this could look like
Areas of SEND
This document is put together to outline the areas of development need that children with SEND might need support this.
Definitions and language used
There are a lot of areas in the inclusion world and this comes with a lot of language that can often be confusing or unknown to parents. This document is put together to help with that.