Special Educational Needs (SEND)
Our aim is for each child to reach his or her potential. It is the policy of the school to ensure early identification of SEND. Support may include one or more of the following – individual programmes of work within the classroom, inclusion in small withdrawal groups, advice and involvement of one of the learning support services, assessment and advice from the educational psychologist. Our highly qualified Inclusion Leader monitors, leads and reviews provision for SEND pupils and ensures consultation with parents.
Please click on the links below for ideas on how to support your child at home with their learning and wellbeing.
For well-being and mental health
COVID Catch-Up Premium Funding 2021/22.
Please click here for details of the covid catch-up premium funding for 2021/22.