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At Boughton Leigh Infant School inclusion is at the heart of our vision for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities. The full scope and breadth of our curriculum is inclusive of all pupils, without exception. Our ambitious curriculum has been designed to give all learners the knowledge and cultural capital they need to succeed in what comes next in their learning development.

 

We recognise that some children have special educational needs or may experience barriers to their learning throughout their education. Teachers work hard to ensure that all pupils access the full curriculum, receive Quality First Teaching and continue to make good progress so that they can be the very best that they can be.

 

Some children may require additional support beyond Quality First Teaching, this will usually be planned and provided in school, either by staff or with the help of external specialists such as:

  • Specialist Teacher Service (STS)
  • Educational Psychology Service (EPS)
  • Integrated Disability Servive (IDS)
  • Speech and Language

 

Children with SEND may have additional needs from one or more of the four main areas of need;

  • Social, Emotional and Mental Health
  • Cognition and Learning Provision
  • Communication and Interaction
  • Sensory and/or Physical Needs

 

 

 

Our SENDCO is: Mrs C Blood

 

Mrs Blood can be contacted by telephone: 01788 571679 or email: admin2598@welearn365.com

 

 

Please click on the link below to see our SEND Information report, this gives details of:

  • Arrangements for consulting with parents and children with special  educational needs and disabilities;
  • Our approach to teaching children with additional needs;
  • Frequently asked questions relating to SEND.

 

 

 

 

Our SEND policy also gives a lot of information about how we identify children who have additional needs as well as the provision we offer.

Click below to view our policy.

You can access Warwickshire’s Local Offer by clicking the link below.

If parents or carers feel that they would like some impartial information, advice or support on any issues relating to their children’s special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), they can contact the SEND Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIAS) who can offer a range of support. For more information, please click on the link below.

 


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