At St Michael’s CE Primary School we recognise that each child has unique qualities and abilities. Children may have learning; physical, emotional/behavioural or social needs which may require special support or provision over the long or short term.
Their needs are identified and assessed according to the National Code of Practice and help is provided in school, or sometimes from outside agencies for those who need it. The school policy on pupils with special educational needs is available to parents from the school office.
All staff at St Michael’s CE Primary School are committed to meeting the needs of all children with SEND and the school will make reasonable adjustments to accommodate all children where practical. The LDBS Academy Trust ensures provision reflects the SEN Code of Practice 2015 and the Disability Discrimination Act 2005.
SEN Code of Practice
The Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Code of Practice provides statutory guidance to all schools on the SEND system for children and young people aged 0 to 25. This document is followed by all schools in England and can be found here - SEND Code of Practice.
Section 6 in the SEND Code of Practice outlines the important parts that schools need to follow and can be found here - Section 6 of the Code of Practice
Whole School Approach
The following diagram shows our whole school approach to Special Educational Needs.
If you have concerns about your childs rate of learning or development, speak to your class teacher or make an appointment to see Miss Parker - SENco and Leading Practitioner for Inclusion. She can be contacted via the office or by email at email@example.com.
St Michael’s CE Primary School
Special Educational Needs Information Report
Please read our ‘Special Educational Needs Information Report’ which outlines how we support children with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities at St Michael’s.
This Parent Partnership Service, offers a range of services to assist parents/carers of children with SEND. These include; Help with resolving disagreements about provision, Information and advice, Direct support with form filling and accessing personal budgets and Access to support groups and other activities