We believe that parents have an important role to play in supporting their children’s learning and education. This support is highly valued by all staff.
If you feel that your child is experiencing difficulties please speak to the class teacher or head teacher. If a teacher is concerned about the progress of your child, they may invite you to an informal meeting. If necessary your concerns will be referred to our SENCO (Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator), Mrs Lucy Buck. She will liaise with the class teachers, parents and any outside agencies.
The school staff will devise differentiated activities to help your child make progress and gain confidence. Your child may work in a small group, or on a one-to-one basis, with additional support staff to help them.
With your permission, the SENCO and class teacher will initially speak together and later may liaise with health visitors, speech and language therapists, occupational therapists, educational psychologists, and a physiotherapist. These specialists may come into school to work with your child if considered beneficial. The class teacher continually monitors and reviews each child’s progress.
Click on the link below to download or view a pdf of our SEN policy: