Our dedicated SENCo, Lucy Thompson, leads a team who are passionate about enabling us to meet the needs for all of our learners. Our SEND information report (link below) contains the following information relating to children with special educational needs.
the kinds of special educational needs for which we make provision
information about the policy for identification and assessment of pupils
how we evaluate the effectiveness of the provision made for pupils with SEN / Education, Health & Care Plan
our arrangements for assessing and reviewing the progress of pupils
our approach to teaching
how we adapt the curriculum and learning environment
additional support for learning that is available
activities that are available, in addition to those available in accordance with the curriculum
support that is available for improving emotional and social development
the expertise and training of staff
how specialist expertise will be secured
how equipment and facilities will be secured
the arrangements for consulting parents and involving them in the child's education
the arrangements for consulting young people and involving them in their own education
how the governing body deals with complaints from parents concerning provision made at the school
how the governing body involves other agencies in supporting pupils and their families
our arrangements for supporting pupils in transferring between phases of education
Please use the link below to view our latest SEND Information Report & SEND Policy
To contact our SEN Team
Please contact the school office on 01392 666570 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accessibility Plan for Disabled Pupils
We have a number of children who may be considered disabled. We have a robust inclusion ethos at St Leonard's and ensure every child experience our diverse curriculum. We have flat access to all our classrooms and learning areas, provide additional Physical Education opportunities for children with Special Eductional Needs and regularly take part in inter school competitions specifically aimed at this target group.
Our new classroom block opened in September 2015 and along with the wide access doors and large classroom space came additional outdoor areas for recreational use which further enhance use by disabled pupils.