SEND

 

UNCRC Article 12: Children have the right to say what they think should happen when adults are making decisions about them.

UNCRC Article 23: Children who have any kind of a disability should have special care and support, so they can lead full and independent lives.

Bransgore C.E. Primary School is committed to providing equal opportunity for all children to have access to the full benefits of a broad and balanced curriculum. All staff are teachers of children with SEND and we have a collective responsibility to provide high-quality teaching and learning for all children that is fully inclusive.

 

Our aim is to help all learners realise their potential. The focus is on accurate assessment and intervention to ensure that children’s special educational needs are identified as early as possible and that action is taken to meet those needs.

 

We use our best endeavours to secure special educational provision for pupils for whom this is required, that is ‘additional to and different from’ that provided within the differentiated curriculum to better respond to the four areas of need identified in the Code of Practice

(September 2014).

  • Communication and interaction
  • Cognition and learning
  • Social, mental and emotional health*
  • Sensory/physical

Our school has very recently appointed two new SENDcos 

Miss Natasha Cox supports our pupils and staff in early years and Key Stage 1.  n.cox@bransgore.hants.sch.uk

Miss Annie Gibaud supports our pupils and staff in Key Stage 2.  a.gibaud@bransgore.hants.sch.uk

Our SEND co-ordinators can be reached via the school office 01425 672272 or via e-mail above.

We are currently updating our SEND information to reflect these changes.

Our governor responsible for SEND and inclusion is Mrs. Sarah Hogg. Sarah can be contacted via the school office.

Hampshire Local Offer for SEND

 

Useful Links:

Support4SEND : Provides useful advice and guidance.

Family Information and Services Hub

Accessibility Policy and Plan

SEND Policy

SEN Information Report 2018-19

 

Web sites providing advice, support and further reading

ADHD

Asperger's Syndrome

Autistic Society

Autism Independent

Cerebral Palsy

Dyspraxia

Dyslexia

Epilepsy

Tourette's Syndrome