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SEND

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) at

St. Aidan's Catholic Primary School

St. Aidan’s Catholic Primary School is a fully inclusive school which ensures that all pupils achieve their potential personally, spiritually, socially, emotionally, physically and educationally.

At St Aidan's we operate an ‘open door’ policy. Parents and carers are encouraged to speak with the class teacher about any concerns they may have. They will be able to discuss additional support children are receiving. If you wish to discuss your child’s needs further please contact the Headteacher or SENCO who will be able to talk about how St Aidan's can support children with SEND.

 

The School’s complaints policy is on our school website. This includes complaints around SEND and looked after children. The policy can also be obtained through request of a paper copy from the school office. Please follow this policy if you would like to make a formal complaint. In the first instance discussions would be encouraged by the class teacher, SENCO and Headteacher to try and resolve any issues.

Our school SENCo is Mrs. Rye and is available via contacting the school office.

The School’s complaints policy is on our school website. This includes complaints around SEND and looked after children. The policy can also be obtained through request of a paper copy from the school office. Please follow this policy if you would like to make a formal complaint. In the first instance discussions would be encouraged by the class teacher, SENCO and Headteacher to try and resolve any issues.

Some useful videos and links:

What is an Education, Health and Social Care (EHC) plan? (updated 2019)

Developed by the Council for Disabled Children, an easy to follow short animation for parents, practitioners and others who want to quickly learn about the e...

SENDIASS

 

The special educational needs and disability information, advice and support service (SENDIASS) is a specialist service that can help and guide parents in all aspects of special educational needs.

 

They provide:

  • General advice and information to children, young people, parents and carers
  • Impartial and factual support on all aspects of the SEN framework
  • Help with the planning and the assessment process of an education, health and care (EHC) plan.

 

See below for further information:

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