‘Pupils feel safe and their behaviour is outstanding.’

                                                                                                                                                               OFSTED 2015

SEN (Special Education Needs)

At some time during their school career, pupils may have special educational needs. These may be pupils who cope very well and need extending, pupils with learning difficulties, pupils with medical needs or pupils with emotional/behavioural needs.

Strategies exist in school to help these pupils. These include additional support and resources.

The school has a ‘Special Educational Needs’ co-ordinator who has responsibility for inclusion. Additional specialist help from the support services e.g. Educational Psychologist, Pupil Support Service, Behaviour Support Service, Social Worker, Medical services e.g. Doctor/Nurse/Dentist/Clinic etc. is also sought as appropriate.

Following school audit each year additional support is made avaliable to pupils who are identified as School Action, School Action Plus and pupils with a Statement.

The school provides equal access to opportunities to all its pupils, including those with disabilities. There is access to all ground floor areas and the school reviews its accessibility plan on a regular basis. Access to a toilet facility for wheelchair users is located in the Training Room. Please discuss any temporary or long term needs with the school.

The SEN Policy was updated to February 2015.

Click here to see Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Policy 2014

Click here to see SEN information report 2017-2018

Click here to see Accessibility Plan 2016-2019