SEND Information Report

Ashton Keynes Primary School SEND Information Report:

Information relating to Special Educational Needs and/or Disability provision in our schools.

Formulated by our cluster SENCOs (based in North Wiltshire) for all of our children and young people.

SENCO CLUSTER STATEMENT 
‘Together we can share our expertise to make sure all children in our schools achieve their very best’

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 School Information

If your child has any additional needs when they start school please let the school Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (Mrs Laura Phillips) know and a support plan can be put into place immediately.

If your child is identified as having any additional needs whilst they are at school we will plan together and have regular meetings to ensure we do our very best for your child.

We try to ensure that parents are well informed about all we do at school.

Here are links to some key policies:

Wiltshire Council Local Offer (Please note this not the same document as the school’s Local Offer.)

Special Educational Needs Policy

Equality Information 2016

SEN Code of Practice

Accessibility Plan 2015-17

Medical Conditions Policy

Assessment Policy

Behaviour Policy

The following question/information list advises what services we can provide/support or signpost to. Our teachers and teaching assistants take every opportunity to keep up to date with all areas of need and we encourage training in as many areas as we can. If your child has needs that are not listed below, or needs that you feel we may not support fully, please come in and chat with us to see if we can work something out. Click on the question to provide the answer.

General Information:

What should I do if I think my child has special educational needs?

How will the school identify and/or let me know if my child has SEN?

Supporting your child:

What support will there be for my child?

What specialist services and expertise are available at or accessed by the school?

How is the decision made about what type and how much support my child will receive?

Specific needs information & support:

Communication & Interaction

Cognition & Learning

Sensory & Physical Needs

Social, Emotional & Mental Health

Medical Needs

Speech Therapy

Counselling

Communication:

How will school keep me informed about my child’s progress?

Are parents and carers involved in planning, assessment and review of needs?

Are pupils involved in reviewing their learning

General things you might want to know?

How accessible is the school setting?

Who will be responsible for my child’s day to day needs?

Will my child be able to go to after school activities and trips?

Who makes the decision about how much support my child will have?

Who should I talk to if I have a concern about my child in school?

What is a ‘one page profile’?

What is a ‘My Plan’?

What is an IEP?

Who makes sure that children with SEN are looked after well?

Who do I contact if I am not happy with the support or education my child is getting?

Moving on:

What will happen when my child moves to their next school?

We are very keen to hear how you think we can improve our service, so feel free to contact the school SENCO and tell us what you think!