SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS AND DISABILITY
All children at our school have access to the full range of the National Curriculum. Children with special educational needs are integrated as fully as possible into mainstream life, both during lessons and in extra-curricular activities. Whilst we have no specialist SEND unit, our buildngs make provision for children with special needs which includes disabled toilets, handrails and ramps for wheelchair access.
Our schools work alongside specialist professionals in devising and implementing Child Profiles in accordance with the SEND Code of Practice. Parents are invited to discuss Child Profiles with the class teacher and/or the SEND co-ordinator.
Our dedicated SENDco is Mrs Cupples. She can be contacted via the school office.
If you are considering sending your child to either of our schools, you can ring us to make an appointment with the Headteacher, Mr Thapar to arrange a visit to the school. During the visit you will be given a tour of the school. At that point you will be given opportunities to discuss your child’s specific needs and ask any questions relating to your child’s education with the SENDco (Mrs Cupples).
Local Offer - Live Well
To see what support is offered by the local authority for children with special needs and disabilities in the local area please click on the link below.
Mental Health and wellbeing
http://www.mymind.org.uk/ - is an NHS website, run by Cheshire and Wirral Partnership CAMHS. This site has been developed for everyone interested in the mental health and well-being of children and young people across Cheshire and Wirral.
Please find the school's accessibility plan, SEN information report and SEN policy attached below.
If you have any questions or queries regarding SEN provision at our schools, please do not hesitate to contact Mr Thapar, the Head Teacher, or Mrs Cupples, the SENDco.
West Cheshire Children's Trust - Covid-19 Recovery Model
West Cheshire Children's Trust have created a guide which highlights support and strategies for children, parents and families following the Covid-19 pandemic. Changes in routines, stress and trauma can be seen through emotions, behaviours and physical health. Children and adults should receive the right support when they need it. The website link below lists some of the main areas of need, for each area you will find signposts to areas of support and further agencies that can offer you and your family support. If you or your child are struggling at this difficult time, please do not hesitate to contact the school for further support.