SEND Information Report

New Government legislation requires all schools to publish a new report called the SEN Information Report.  By clicking on the links below you can find out about SEND identification, provision and assessment.

What is the SEND Information Report? How does the school identify and assess pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities?
If my child has SEND, what activities are available to him or her? How does the school adapt the curriculum and learning environment for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities?
How will the School support my child in starting school and moving on? How are decisions made about how much support my child will receive?
How do I know provision for my child's SEND is effective? What support will there be for my child's overall well-being?
How will the school keep me informed about how my child is doing? How is extra support allocated to children and how do they progress in their learning?
Who are the best people to talk to in school about my child's difficulties with learning/Special Educational Needs or Disabilities? How can my child be invovled in making decisions about their education?
What support is there for behaviour, avoiding exclusion and increasing attendance? How accessible is the School environment?
How will the curriculum be matched to meet my child's needs? What is the education setting's approach to differentiation and how does that support my child?
What training has staff supporting pupils with SEND had? What specialist services or expertise are available at or accessed by the School?
What our pupils say?  

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