- No current diary items
Our most recent 2014 OFSTED report stated that "Disabled pupils and those who have special educational needs make better progress that their peers nationally. This is because they are given extra support in the class as well as outside the lesson to help them catch up".
- Our starting point is to guarantee a whole school approach to making provision for children with SEND effective.
- We welcome difference and diversity. We believe that learning from and about diversity strengthens our community.
- We value, respect and celebrate the achievements of all children
- We will always involve parents and children in planing and reviewing progress; we know that parents are the first educators of their child and we need their knowledge to plan effectively.
- We know that the earlier we identify special educational needs and provide support, the more successful our children will be
- We will provide expert support and resources for children with SEND to fulfil their potential
- We make sure that all staff have the knowledge and skills to support all children with SEND in school.
Our School SENCO is Sarah Rahaman, her contact details are 020 7387 7158 or via email to the school office firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our local offer
The purpose of our local offer is to inform parents and carers about:
- how we welcome children with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) into our school;
- how we support them in all aspects of school life and remove barriers to achievement ;
- how we work in close partnership with parents/carers and children;
- how we make effective provision for all of our children with special educational needs and disabilities - SEND
- Full details of our local offer can be found here
Our links with other schools
We are a learning community and believe that it is important to work with other schools to make sure that our knowledge, expertise and skills on SEND issues are up to date. We also share and discuss best practice with other schools. Our inclusion lead attends the Local Authority SENCO Forum which keeps all schools up to date with national developments and local projects on inclusion.
Equality Act 2010
Our school currently complies with the Public Sector Equality Duty as set out in The Equality Act 2010. Details of our current arrangements and our equality objectives can be found here.
Any complaints relating to our current SEND arrangements should be discussed further with our SENCO Sarah Rahaman, on 020 7387 7158 or via email on email@example.com or alternatively contact the Headteacher.