Our Mission Statement is, Guiding all our flock to flourish.
We want to give our “flock”, our community what they need; whether that be rest, calm, strength or guidance. We aim to be a place of safety - a sanctuary where everyone can flourish. We guide our families, meeting them wherever they are, and helping them on their journey academically, socially, emotionally and spiritually.
Our Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Co-ordinator (SENDCo) is Miss Emma Carvell. Miss Carvell is available on Monday and Tuesday (all day). Our SEND Governor is Mrs. Shelley Piercy.
The role of the SENDCo
The SENDCo, alongside the other staff, regularly reviews the provision for and progress of children who have been identified with SEND. The Class Teacher holds Pupil Passport meetings with parents / carers at least once a term, to report on the progress of their child and the SEND Support Plan in place. At this meeting future needs are discussed with parents / carers.
Some children may have outside agencies involved in their SEND Support, such as: paediatricians, Educational Psychologists, Autism Outreach, Hearing Support Team, Vision Support Team SALTs (Speech and Language Therapists) and other professionals. The SENDCo liaises with both the professionals and parents.
SEND Policy and the Local Offer
Please find below our Special Educational Needs Policy and our Local Offer.
The purpose of all Local Offers is to:
To provide clear, comprehensive and accessible information about the available provision and how to access it. Furthermore, it is to make provision more responsive to local needs and aspirations by directly involving disabled children and those with SEND and their parents, and disabled young people and those with SEND and service providers in its development and review.
If you have concerns about your child, please contact our SENDCo, Mrs Emma Carvell using the form below, alternatively you can call the school office on 01455 272973