|SENCo||Mrs Clare Clay|
|Governor for SEN||Mr Stephen Cooper|
|No. of children on roll||411|
|No. of children with S.E.N. Register||97 (+4) 25%|
|No. of children with an Education, Health Care Plan / Statement||7 (5 proposed) 1.7% (3%)|
|No. of children registered for free school meals||51 (12%)|
|No. of children that have been registered for free school meals in the last 6 years||84 (20%)|
|No. of children that are Looked After by the Local Authority||1 (0%)|
|No. of Services children||1 (0%)|
|No. of children under Special Guardianship||2 (0.48%)|
|No. of children adopted from care||8 (2%)|
|Percentage of children eligible for Pupil Premium||23%|
|No. of children eligible for Pupil Premium and have Special Educational Needs||28 (30% of Pupil Premium children, 29% of SEN Children, 7% of school)|
|Whole school attendance for previous academic year||96.03%|
|Number of fixed term exclusions for previous academic year||6 sessions|
A child or young person has a learning difficulty if he or she:
- has a significantly greater difficulty in learning than the majority of others of the same age
- has a disability which prevents or hinders him or her from making use of facilities of a kind generally provided for others of the same age
For children aged 2+ special educational provision is educational or training provision that is additional to or different from that made generally for others
(SEND code of practice 2014)
Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND) is split into 4 broad areas…
High Quality Teaching is vital for all children and all of our children receive this; however for some children there are occasions when further help or additional support may be needed. You know your child best and you may feel that your child needs some additional help or support.
This article is to inform you of the types of support available, who can help, how to access this support and what a child with Special Educational Needs might receive at Christ Church & St Peter’s CofE Primary School.
The Phases of Support
The SEND code of practice 2014 states that schools MUST use a ‘graduated approach’ to supporting children with Special Educational Needs and here at Christ Church & St Peter’s CofE Primary School we operate a phased approach to ensuring that we are removing and reducing barriers to learning and ensuring that our SEN provision is of a very high quality.
Our school currently provides provision for a range of needs, including:
- Communication and interaction, for example, autistic spectrum disorder, Asperger's Syndrome, speech and language difficulties
- Cognition and learning, for example, dyslexia, dyspraxia
- Social, emotional and mental health difficulties, for example, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Sensory and/or physical needs, for example, visual impairments, hearing impairments, processing difficulties, epilepsy
- Moderate and multiple learning difficulties
This policy and information will be reviewed by SENCo every year. It will also be updated if any changes to the information are made during the year.
It will be approved by the governing body annually.
It is our aim, here at Christ Church & St Peter’s CofE Primary School that all of our children receive High Quality 1st Teaching.
High Quality 1st Teaching is teaching and learning that is;
- Dyslexia friendly
- Is inclusive; appeals to a range of learning styles and is represented visually, auditory and kinaesthetically; caters for a range of needs
- Highly differentiated to meet a range of needs and levels of abilities
- Uses adult support and intervention in a range of effective ways
- Develops a child’s social, emotional, personal skills and moral understanding
- Moves a child’s learning on at a good pace
- Is exciting, interesting, stimulating and relevant!!!
We have a highly skilled and experienced team of staff who may be involved in supporting your child here at Christ Church & St Peter’s CofE Primary School.
This starts with,
|Class Teacher||providing high quality 1st teaching, differentiated to meet the needs of all of the children. The teachers are available after school each day, to work with children, parents & families|
|A Teaching Assistant in each year group||trained and highly skilled, the Teaching Assistants support teaching and learning in the classroom and deliver intervention to small groups and individuals. They are available before and after school.|
|Inclusion Team||We are also very fortunate to have a team of highly skilled and experienced staff in school that form our Inclusion team!!! The Inclusion team are available to support children and their families.|
Meet the Inclusion Team
Range of Provision
Directory of Services of specialist interventions
|Communication & interaction||Cognition & learning||Social, emotional & mental health||Sensory & or physical|
|Better Reading Partners (BRP)|
|Better Writing Partners (BWP)|
The school staff and Inclusion Team strive hard to make links with, liaise with and signpost people to a range of external providers and agencies that are best placed to support our children and their families; to build teams around children!
Other professionals and services that might work with you and/or your child in partnership are...
Our Educational Psychologist: we employ our own Educational Psychologist through a company called Focus Psychology and our Psychologist is Nneka Ikeogu; she works one day a month
Children in Care Team: Our link teacher is Wendy Brown
Our School Nurse: Our school nurse is Collette Locke and she can be contacted on 01509 410217
Our Speech & Language Therapist (SALT): Our Therapist is called Hannah Walker, she works in school regularly.
Our local secondary school, Rawlins Academy, Special Needs Department: Their SENCo is Andy York and he contactable on 01509 622800.
We also work closely with;
The NHS (a range of services, using SPOC)
Autism Outreach: Our specialist teacher is Caroline Whitehouse
Mountsorrel Youth Cafe: The manager is Graham Lloyd
Supporting Leicestershire Families
Rothley Baptist Church food bank
|SENCo Net||SENCo||Forest Way|
|SEND Conference||SENCo||Forest Way|
|Prada-Wili Update||Key Staff||Mr & Mrs Gallagher-Ball|
|Makaton Basics||Support Staff||In house|
|Behaviour Management||Support Staff||In house|
|Phonological Awareness||Support Staff||In house|
|Better Writing Partners||Support Staff||In house|
|Autism Tier 3||Sarah Brackett & Jo Wardle - Learning Mentors||Autism Outreach at Ashmount|
|PDA Conference||Nicky Frisby - Senior Learning Mentor||NAS|
|Trauma Informed Care Conference||Claire Mulhern - Teacher||Children in Care|
|Thrive Training||Inclusion Team||Focus Psychology|
The Leicestershire Local Offer gives children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) and their families information about help and services in Leicestershire.
There is opportunity for you to tell the Local Authority what you think of the Leicestershire Local Offer and your experience of services and facilities for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
You can also find feedback about the Leicestershire Local Offer from parents and people who care for and work with children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). Also find out what the Local Authority have done in response.