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St Paul's Church of EnglandPrimary School

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Special Educational Needs

Here at St Paul’s, we value all children equally and very highly. Many policies and codes of practice can look great on paper or on a website – but what is the impact for your child?

 

As soon as a child gains admission to St. Paul’s, or if concerns are raised during their time with us, an assessment will be made and agreed by all parties as to whether any additional support is required and the form that this should take. Every effort will be made to acquire the resources needed to put this support in place. This could include finance, teaching resources, advice from external agencies and extra staffing. At St. Paul’s, we work closely with all parties in order to make the process of providing support for children with S.E.N.D. as easy and as positive as possible. This includes working closely with parents, as well as liaising with other professionals and support agencies.

 

Useful Documents

 

If you are looking for an overview about how St. Paul's identifies and supports children with S.E.N.D., we hope you will find our Information Report a useful place to start:

If you need further information about areas such as admission arrangements, accessibility and many more, you may wish to read our S.E.N.D. policy:

If you still have further questions or wish to discuss anything further, please contact one of the staff below:

 

SENCO (Special Educational Needs Coordinator) – Mrs Emily Westlake

Contact 01282 617035

 

SEN Governor – 

Contact 01282 617035

For further information about support for children with S.E.N.D. please follow the link below to the Lancashire Local Offer:

 

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