SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability)
All Saints Primary School provides a broad and balanced curriculum for every child, within an environment that enables every child to be safe and healthy.
Each individual is valued and we seek to enable every child to enjoy their learning and achieve their full potential. Through our planning and provision, we meet the specific needs of individuals and groups of children. Suitable learning targets are set and reviewed by teachers regularly. All staff respond to children's diverse and specific learning needs.
Our school is proud to be fully inclusive and we have a very supportive team that works closely with children and families to identify needs and support.
In March 2014, the Government passed The Children and Families Act that made wide ranging reforms to services for all children and young people, and specifically for those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). From September 2014 Local Authorities must publish information about what services for children with SEND are available and how families can access them. This is known as the ‘Local Offer’.
All schools also have a duty to publish their own individual offer of support for children with SEND and this is known as our ‘core offer’.
Our SEND Annual report is here.
Our SEND Governor is Mrs Pam Caveen. If you would like to speak to her please contact the school.
If require any further information about SEND at All Saints' C of E Primary school, please contact our SENDCo (Special Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator), Mrs Samantha Saville.