The class teacher is responsible for:
- Adapting and refining the curriculum to respond to strengths and needs of all pupils;
- Checking on the progress of your child and identifying, planning and delivery of any additional support required to support progress within everyday teaching.
If it has been agreed that a pupil child requires additional SEN support the class teacher will also contribute and oversee delivery of personalised SEND Support Plans.
If you have concerns about your child, you should speak to your child’s class teacher first. Depending on the outcome of these discussions, you may have follow up meetings with the school’s SENDCO.
Special Needs Co-ordinator (SENDCO) – Jan West
- Coordinating provision for children with SEN and developing the school’s SEN policy
- Ensuring that parents are:
- Involved in discussions to identify key strengths and areas of difficulty
- Involved in planning provision to overcome barriers to learning
- Regularly included in reviewing how well their child is doing
- Consulted about planning successful movement (transition) to a new class or school
- Liaising with a range of agencies outside of school who can offer advice and support to help pupils overcome any difficulties
- Providing specialist advice and facilitating training to ensure that all staff are skilled and confident about meeting a range of SEN.
Head of School – Jo Stawman
The Head of school is responsible for the day to day management of all aspects of the school, including the provision made for pupils with SEND.
SEND Governor – Jennifer Robins
Supporting school to evaluate and develop quality and impact of provision for pupils with SEN across the school.