'The funding for pupils who have SEND is used effectively. The newly appointed special educational needs coordinator (SENCo) is determined in her role to improve the progress and attainment of these pupils. The SENCo values the support provided by external agencies. She has developed clear procedures to support and monitor teaching and learning. Through this effective support, most current pupils who have SEND are making good progress from their starting points.' (Ofsted, July 2019.)
The Special Education and Disability (SEND) information below outlines the provision offered to SEND pupils attending our school.
Who can I contact for further information?
- CLASS TEACHER as initial contact- either by personal contact or email to school administration
- INCLUSION MANAGER (SENDCO) – Mrs Mary Savage 01606 212203 email@example.com
- HEAD TEACHER – Mrs Caroline Mackenzie 01606 212203 firstname.lastname@example.org
- PARENT PARTNERSHIP CWAC: email@example.com
- CWAC SEN TEAM : firstname.lastname@example.org
- THE LOCAL OFFER: www.westcheshirelocaloffer.co.uk
- Please see 'SEND Information' for detailed information about how we can help a child with diagnosed or unspecific learning difficulties and Special Educational Needs
Supporting children with SEND at home during school closure.
Well done to all the parents, children and staff over the last 16 weeks for all their hard work, perseverance and patience.
It has been a long time since most of the children have been in school and soon we will be welcoming back a few to Acorns, Maple and Oak. Planning is being adapted daily in order to meet the needs of all the children returning to school and those who will be remaining at home.
We will be continuing to follow the key principles outlined below to support all the children, in close partnerships with families at home.
Please have a look at the new file that has been uploaded. 'Returning to school Parent,' a support document from the Autism Team. Another useful link has also been added below, from the Cheshire West and Chester Safeguarding Children's Partnership.
Key worker parents and carers – if you are facing the pressure of having difficult conversations with your children and families on your role as a key worker, and how this may impact on the safety and dynamics of your family, Clinicians at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, NHS England and NHS Improvement have published some written and audio guidance to help you approach the conversation https://people.nhs.uk/uncategorized/communicating-with-children-about-covid-19/
This is always good to remember...
https://www.ot-mom-learning-activities.com/sensory-integration-activities.html - Sensory activities
https://livewell.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk/Categories/4854 - Cheshire West and Cheshire SEND site
https://www.cheshireautism.org.uk/ ChAPS – Autism support