St. Giles CE (A) Primary School

St. Giles Church of England (Aided) Primary School

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Special Educational Needs (SEN)

 

Every child has their needs carefully assessed and their progress tracked.  Any child who has special needs has them identified early and then this is discussed with parents straight away.  This includes children who may be gifted, physically disabled, partially sighted, hearing impaired, epileptic, diabetic, autistic, or have behaviour needs. 

The Special Needs co-ordinator works closely with class teachers and other agencies such as the school nurse or the education specialist support services so that every child’s individual needs are met.  Interventions may be set up, so that children are taught in small groups away from the classroom on specific, focussed areas in English and maths that enable them to catch up with their peers. Formal Special Needs reviews are held three times a year but parents and carers can meet informally with staff at any time by making an appointment.

The SEN Code of Practice changed in September 2014. Our SEN Policy in response to this can be found below and in the policies section of this website. Please click on the link below to access our SEN Information Report, which contains comprehensive details about our provision in this area.

SEN Policy

SEN Information Report 2016-17

School Accessibility Plan

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