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Special Educational Needs

The Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) is: Sue Roberts
The Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (DDSL) is: Tracey Clarke
The name of the Designated Teacher for Children in Care is: Tracey Clarke
The Single Point of Contact (SPOC) for the Prevent agenda is: Sue Roberts
The Child Sexual Exploitation Lead is: Sue Roberts
The named Safeguarding Governor is: Jozsef Varga
Children may, for a variety of reasons, require additional support beyond that of their peers, in order to ensure that their needs are met. Parents/guardians will always be informed if this is the case. The class teacher will work very closely with parents to explain how we deliver this work and share the progress made.
 
Any parent who wishes to discuss their child’s individual needs should contact their class teacher in the first instance. Where pupils have statements of special educational needs, teachers hold extended home/school review meetings (known as structured conversations) with parents/guardians so that the progress and future planning can be discussed and agreed together.
 
If you have a query or wish to speak to our SENCO Mrs Tracey Clarke. If you require any of the information on this website as a paper copy, please contact the school secretary who would be pleased to help.