The name of our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCo) is Mrs Elaine Williams.

The SENCo is a teacher who is responsible for supporting members of staff, parents and pupils in meeting the additional needs of all children. They have received specialised training in co-ordinating SEN across the school. The SENCo is available to share the progress of your child at Parents Evenings, drop-in sessions and IEP reviewsIf you have a worry or concern about your child’s learning, then the SENCo will be happy to talk to you.

 

Please contact the school to arrange a meeting.

 

 

The named Governor with responsibility for Special Educational Needs is Mrs Julie Jackson.
If you wish to speak to Mrs Jackson, she can be contacted through the school.

 

 

Click here to see our Special Educational Needs and Disability Policy.

 

Click here to see our Special Educational Needs and Disability Report.

 

Click here to see our Accessibility Plan in compliance with Equality Act 2010.

 

Our Local Offer provides information about how we support children with SEND. This includes information on access to our school and facilities within the school as well as information on how children with SEN are provided for in school and the classroom to ensure that they have access to the curriculum.

 

Click here to see our SEND Local Offer.

 

The Local Offer for Lancashire can be accessed by clicking here.

 

Our Provision Mapping is a comprehensive overview of all the differentiated and adapted provision we offer to support pupils with SEN within St Edmund's school as part of our overall curriculum provision.  The provision map shows the interventions for each identified area of need -
Cognition and Learning
Communication and Interaction
Emotional, Behavioural and Social
Sensory and Physical

The interventions are classified into Wave 1, 2 and 3.

 

Click here to see our Provision Mapping.

 

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