SEND and SEN Information
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)
SENCo: Charlotte Hardy
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Spalding Parish Church of England Day School values the abilities and achievements of all its pupils, and is committed to providing each pupil with the best possible environment for learning. We recognise that many pupils will have special needs at some time during their school life. Whilst many factors contribute to the range of difficulties experienced by some children, we believe that much can be done to overcome them by parents, teachers, support staff and pupils working together.
Objectives of SPCEDS SEND Provision
- Ensure all pupils have access to a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum
- Provide a differentiated curriculum appropriate to the individual's needs and ability
- Ensure the identification of all pupils requiring SEND provision as early as possible in their primary career
- Ensure that SEND pupils take as full a part as possible in all school activities
- Liaise with outside agencies, when this would be beneficial, in order to access further specialist support for pupils and parents
The main methods of provision made by the school are extremely flexible and are tailored to the needs of the pupils as much as possible. Staff are experienced in working with all areas of SEND and are highly committed to making children's lives not only productive but happy. Examples of SEND provision include:
- Quality first teaching in class supported by a differentiated curriculum
- Additional intervention work with a teacher or support staff, either individually or in a small group
- In-class support, with adult assistance where appropriate
- Support from specialists using specific programmes and training
Spalding Parish Church of England Day School firmly believes in developing a strong partnership with parents/carers and that this will enable children and young people with SEND to achieve their potential. The school recognises that parents/carers have a unique overview of their child's needs and how best to support them, and that this gives them a key role in the partnership. Parents/carers hold key information and have a critical role to play in their children's education.
As of September 2014, all schools will be required to publish details of the support it offers to pupils with special educational needs and/or a disability through their SEN Information Report, to compliment the Lincolnshire LA Local Offer. Below are details of the current SEN Information Report at SPCEDS and the Local Offer for Lincolnshire.