At St. Paul’s C of E Primary School we believe that every child should be given equal opportunities to reach their true potential. Through assessment and clear communication with all school staff, co-ordinated by the SENDCo, at St. Paul’s we aim to ensure intervention is offered to aid children in their learning, this may be in the form of one to one work, through small group work or support in a whole class environment. Children may be given an individualised education plan (IEP) tailored to suit their individual needs.
We work with a number of external agencies who come into school to give additional support to children and staff allowing children in our care to receive the best possible support. The SENDCo works closely with both agencies and parent so that we are able to offer a cohesive approach.
At St. Paul’s we believe that all children should be able to access all areas of a creative and innovative curriculum which will inspire them to achieve to their best potential and become strong citizens within our community
SEND Home Learning Support
These newsletters from the Lancashire SEND Specialist Teacher Service have lots of suggestions and practical ideas for parents and carers of young people with SEND.
Topics cover the broad areas of:
- cognition and learning
- communication and interaction
- social and emotional wellbeing
- sensory and physical needs.
SEND Inspection taking place in Lancashire.
Please read for further information
Lancashire SEND Partnership
Here is a link below for the Lancashire SEND Partnership. This link has current up to date practices, information, newsletters and responsibilities the Lancashire SEND Partnership have towards school and parents. If you would like to get in touch with the Lancashire SEND partnership regarding information or support for your child, you can find contact information on their website.
Read the latest news from across the SEND Partnership:
In this edition, they share the new vision, values and strategy for the SEND Partnership. There is also an update from the Parent Carer Forum and reports from recent engagement events.