‘Pupils with special educational needs are taught very well. Teaching is carefully tailored to meet their specific learning and personal needs, so that these pupils make good or very good progress.’ The Queen Anne Ofsted Report 2016

‘Lessons are engaging, relevant and well planned to meet the different needs of pupils…..The support and care provided for individuals and their families is meticulously planned to ensure pupils are happy, comfortable in school and well supported to learn.’The Queen Anne Ofsted Report  2016

 

This page explains what the school offers to children with Special Educational Needs. It is intended to be a guide for parents and carers. In this school we have a SENCO (Special Educational Needs Coordinator), Mrs Mitchell, whose role it is to liaise with parents, staff and other professionals to support children with SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities). If you are a parent or carer of a child with special educational needs or a disability, please read our Local Offer below for more details of the kind of support available to your child in this school. You are welcome to visit the school and look around, and talk to the SENCO and staff about any concerns or queries you may have.

 

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