Our school SENCo is Miss D. Ellison.
The SENCo regularly reviews the progress and attainment of all children with SEND. Early identification is very important to us and any needs will be identified from these reviews and discussions with class teachers.
The SENCo works closely with teachers and parents to plan an appropriate programme of intervention and support. Any further outside assessment or agency involvement will then be sought through liaison with the SENCo.
Staff at our school are trained regularly with regards to SEN and any specific training is offered according the need. Most staff are First Aid and Epipen trained.
If you have any concerns or would like to speak to the school SENCo please contact Miss Ellison by phone 01772 732628, pop into school to arrange an appointment or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
School Policy, SEN Information Report and Local Offer.
Below you will find a copy of our SEN Information Report and our Local Offer.
Local Offer and SEN Information Report
Lancashire County Council is legally obliged to inform parents of the SEND services available via their Local Offer. You can access the website by following the link below:
Support for parents/carers
If you have any worries about your child, below are some useful resources and websites to have a look at.
Lancashire SEND Specialist Teacher Service offer a parent SEND recourse toolkit in the form of a newsletter each month. Below you will find some of the most recent toolkit newsletters. These are extremely useful for families with children with SEND and additional needs as it has many ideas of activities and services available to your child.