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About the Organisation
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Type Of Service
We support the following age groups:
Can siblings who are not disabled use your service?
Do you have a SEND/Inclusion Contact?
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SEND/Inclusion Contact Telephone
Additional and Special Educational Needs
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How do you aim to meet the unique needs of the child?
• A personal learning plan will be drawn up that focuses on your child’s individual needs. This plan will outline targets to work towards and strategies for supporting your child to achieve those targets. The class teacher, Inclusion Leader, you and your child will all work together to set up this plan. The plan will be reviewed regularly so that your child’s progress can be carefully monitored.
• If your child has more complex needs, a pupil inclusion plan may also be drawn up – this details your child’s individual needs and what steps the school needs to take to ensure that he or she is able to feel included in school. These plans are reviewed yearly, unless there is a sudden change in your child’s needs.
How do you promote positive relationships and ensure good, ongoing communication with families?
All parents have opportunities to discuss their child’s progress at parents’ evenings.
• The class teacher will also be willing to discuss your child’s progress at other times, especially if you have a concern or need additional information. It is helpful if you approach the teacher directly so that a mutually convenient time can be arranged. An appointment can also be made by telephoning the school office.
• Children with more complex needs may have review meetings at regular intervals. These meetings are an opportunity for you to discuss your child’s progress.
• The progress of children with an Education Health and Care Plan (previously a statement of SEN) is formally reviewed at an Annual Review. Together with you and your child, all adults and agencies providing support for your child will be involved in this meeting
• An appointment can be made to discuss your child’s progress with the Inclusion Leader. The Inclusion Leader is also available for appointments on parents’ evenings.
• When other professionals are asked to provide assessment of or advice about your child, you will be given an opportunity to meet with them for discussion.
• At the end of the academic year a formal school report will be sent home.