Mrs Sivorn (Deputy Headteacher) is the SENCo (Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator) and Mental Health First Aider. You can contact her by emailing email@example.com.
The Governors responsible for Special Educational Needs are Wendy Powell and Alexandra Dziegiel-Buckley.
The SEN policy is updated annually and is available below and also from the headteacher upon request. Supporting pupils with an additional need is a strength of our school and we are able to show very good examples of this through case studies of our success along with support from parents/carers.
Our ethos is simple – every child deserves to be educated to a high standard, have the opportunity to aim high and be successful. We pursue this through quality teaching, resources, reflective practice and staff expertise.
Please click here to view our school SEND Information Report on the Staffordshire County Council website.
‘All staff will care, empathise, work and teach pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities’
To achieve this we will:
The school will:
The code of practice ensures that there is a consistency of approach to meeting children’s special educational needs and places the rights of pupils with special educational needs at the heart of the process.
The code sets out a framework for effective school based support and aims to develop a strong partnership between parents, schools, LA, health and social services and voluntary organisations.
If you have any queries, please contact the SENCO (Special Educational Needs Coordinator), Caroline Sivorn on 01922 667950.
Complaints about SEN provision in our school should be made to the class teacher in the first instance. If you are not happy that concerns are being managed and your child is still not making progress then you should speak to the SENCo, Mrs Sivorn. They will then be referred to the school’s complaints policy.
SENCo: Mrs Sivorn firstname.lastname@example.org
SEN Governors: Mrs Wendy Powell email@example.com
Mrs Alexandra Dziegiel-Buckley firstname.lastname@example.org
The parents of pupils with disabilities have the right to make disability discrimination claims to the first-tier SEND tribunal if they believe that our school has discriminated against their children. They can make a claim about alleged discrimination regarding:
· Provision of education and associated services
· Making reasonable adjustments, including the provision of auxiliary aids and services
Please find more details in the downloadable PDF`s below:
Local Offer for Staffordshire – click here