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Mrs Alison Freeman is our SEND Coordinator. If you have any questions or concerns linked to special educational needs, she can be contacted to via the school office or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Ashby Willesley Primary School provides a broad and balanced curriculum for all children including those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. We are committed to inclusion for all children in all areas of the curriculum. Individual needs will be met through the highest quality of education for all pupils and the efficient and effective use of resources.
For all children with SEND, support and advice is available from the school SENCo and Class Teachers. The school seeks advice and guidance from other professionals and involves them in the planning and delivery of support for pupils with SEND. We liaise closely with parents to ensure they are actively involved in their child’s development and are equipped to support their child fully at home.
A child will receive SEND support if their need is ‘significant to and different from their peers’ and the school SENCo will work alongside the Class Teacher(s) to ensure appropriate provision is in place. Some children with a prolonged and significant level of need will receive funding in the form of SEND Intervention Funding or an Education Health Care Plan.
We support pupils with SEND through various means:
Cognition and Learning difficulties:
Communication and interaction difficulties:
Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs:
Physical and Sensory Needs:
Please click on the link below for related documents:
See our Policies page for the SEN Policy and Accessibility Plan and Policy