Special Educational Needs and Disability Provision
Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO):
Mrs Heather Wainwright
Mrs Julia Santi
If you wish to discuss your child’s needs or provision, please call the school office to make an appointment with our SENCO.
Below, you will find information relating to our Special Educational Needs and Disability provision. Through the support we offer to all of our pupils, we seek to enable them to let their light shine. Our school is a wonderful, inclusive Christian community; we celebrate difference!
School SEND policies and information
A copy of our latest SEND Information Report can be downloaded below. To view our latest SEND Policy and Accessibility Policy and Plan, please follow the link to the policies page.
National SEND Leadership Network
In 2022/23, we are delighted to be part of the Church of England Foundation for Educational Leadership's (CEFEL) first ever national SEND leadership network.
We share CEFEL's belief that ‘leaders in education are called to pursue social justice and wellbeing of all, showing love for the disadvantaged, marginalised and vulnerable’. Enabling children with SEND to flourish in all aspects of school life is essential to this mission. All over the country, passionate leaders of SEND are seeking the best possible ways to do this in the face of challenges and obstacles.
This network brings school leaders together from across the country. As we face the future together, we seek to increase our efficacy as leaders by learning from experts, sharing best practice and using our collective influence to improve the life chances for the children and young people we serve.
Family Information Network Directory (FIND)
Special educational needs and disability (SEND) newsletter for Lancashire families.
Complaints relating to SEN povision
Complaints from parents of children with special educational needs (SEN) about the support the school provides will be responded to in line with the procedures set out in the Complaints Policy. The SENCO (Miss Jo Eccles) will always be made aware of these concerns and, alongside your child's class teacher, will seek to respond to you as soon as possible.