S.E.N.D

Special Educational Needs/Disabilities

The SEN code of Practice reflects the new statutory framework 2014 for inclusion and describes a graduated approach to matching provision for pupil’s special educational needs.

The SEND categories are:

  • Communication and interaction.
  • Cognition and learning.
  • Social, emotional well-being and mental health
  • Sensory and/or physical disability.

SEND provision includes any child who may require extra support because of needs in these categories. This will be provided at the following levels of support:

  • Through universal provision in classrooms using differentiated methods and resources

  • Through SEND support using interventions and specialist advice

  • Through the delivery of an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP)

  • All children including those with special educational needs and those with disabilities admitted to the school have access to the full curriculum offered by the school.

SEND Parent/Carer Briefing May 2020

SEND Parent/Carer wellbeing letter 

Local Offer for SEND
SEN Information Report 2019-2020
Special Educational Needs and Inclusion Policy
Equality policy including Equality targets and accessibility plan

 


Useful links / information

Beam is run by The Children's Society, a national charity that works with the most vulnerable children and young people in Britain today.
For more information about the organisation, as well as details of their various projects, please visit their website: https://www.childrenssociety.org.uk

Details are in the leaflets below if your child wishes to access support from BEAM during the Covid 19 lockdown period

 

Beam offer wellbeing drop in sessions for children and young people under the age of 25, their parents and carers. Beam also run workshops which provide
group support relating to a range of common mental health and emotional wellbeing topics such as anger and anxiety as well as expressing emotions.
Please visit their website: https://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/beam/shropshire