This page contains information for parents and carers on how we cater for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) at St Anne's C.E. Primary School.
On the 1st September 2014 a new Special Educational Needs Code of Practice became law. This has some significant changes to the old code of practice. The SEN Code of Practice still identifies SEND pupils as those with needs that are additional to and different from their peers. The main issues affecting schools and young people are:
- The code of practice covers children and young people from the age of 0 – 25
- The old statement of Educational Needs has been replaced with an Education Health Care Plan, which will continue to support your child in their education as they journey through their school life and beyond
- The old SEN categories of School Action and School Action Plus has been replaced by an overarching term as pupils having a SEND need
If you have any questions regarding your child’s current special needs, or you think your child may need additional support, please do not hesitate to contact either your child’s class teacher, or Mrs Ruddy or Mrs McLoughlin via the school office (see 'Contact Details', here.)
Testimonials from parents
"The SEND information on the school website is very easy to locate and download to read on a tablet."
"The website is very helpful, useful and informative."
"The information regarding transition to secondary school is useful. I'm so happy there's support and help."
"It is very easy to communicate with the appropriate SENCO, all teachers are very accessible and the support my child receives in excellent - thank you."
"I found it very useful to see the names of the TA's and their specialities. This helps to place who is involved and why."
"The one page profile is very useful and has boosted my daughter's confidence and self esteem."
"The current SENCO is very approachable and there is a genuine dialogue and discussion which is appreciated."
St Anne's SEND School Offer: December 2018
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SEND: A guide for parents and carers
Trafford Children's Therapy Service Information