Mrs G Beetham is our SENDCo.
At Trawden Forest primary school we recognise that every child is unique and special.
With our rich and varied curriculum, every child is given opportunities and support in a safe, caring and stimulating environment, which should facilitate each child's chance to fulfil their potential. All staff are committed to meeting the needs of all our children and strive to break down any barriers that are preventing children from making the progress that they are capable of. As a school, we recognise the importance of not only supporting children's academic progress but also developing their behavioural, emotional and social skills to enable them to become confident, independent learners.
All staff support children with SEND in school and receive regular information and training. We aim to quickly identify pupils who are making limited progress and provide targeted interventions and support to meet their needs. We recognise that parents are the experts in their child’s unique situation and therefore we liaise closely with them on their child’s journey, discussing their child’s learning and well-being at regular points throughout the year.
We are a fully inclusive school and work alongside the Local Authority, Health Professionals and specialist teachers in order to find the most appropriate and effective support for pupils within our care.
The following documents will give you more information in relation to SEND and how school and home can support children. If you have any concerns or wish to discuss SEND at our school, please do not hesitate to contact me:
Mrs Gemma Beetham - SENDCo
school office - 01282 865242
The Local Offer
The Local Offer is a Local Authority’s publication of all the provision “they expect to be available across education, health and social care for children and young people in their area who have SEN or are disabled, including those who do not have Education, Health and Care (EHC) plans.” (Section 4.1 SEND Code of Practice, January 2015) The Local Offer has two key purposes: To provide clear, comprehensive, accessible and up to date information about the available provision and how to access it & To make provision more responsive to local needs and aspirations by directly involving disabled children and those with SEN and their parents, and disabled young people and those with SEN, and service providers in its development and review.
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Special Educational Needs: A Guide for Parents and Carers (August 2014)
This guide sets out the main points of the Code of Practice, explaining procedures and informing parents/carers of their rights. Simple and easy to understand, this document provides a clear overview of special educational needs.