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Special Educational Needs
Inclusion: Special Education Needs and Disabilities Information
St Anne’s is a ‘Learning Without Limits’ School where everyone is trusted, included and welcome. We believe that all children can become more powerful, committed and successful learners when given distinctive supportive conditions and generous opportunities for learning. We know that children thrive best in a nurturing environment where all their achievements are valued and celebrated.
Our SENCo / Inclusion Leader is Mrs Di Martin. She is contactable via the school offices and is available on Thursdays and Friday , by appointment, for parent consultations. Contact Di Martin Diane.firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have concerns about your child’s progress at school regarding any of the following: reading, writing, maths, social and emotional development, behaviour, communicating, physical or sensory; the first person to speak to about your concerns would be your child’s class teacher. If you still have on going concerns you may wish to speak to the school’s SENCo.
If any educational needs are identified Mrs Martin will plan how to provide support for your child with the involvement of both yourself and the class teacher and outside agencies as appropriate. If additional support is needed Mrs Martin will access this for you and record your child’s progress through their Learning Passport. Parents/carers are offered the opportunity to meet with their child’s class teacher twice a year at Parents’ Evenings to discuss their progress.
Mrs Few is our Learning Mentor @Hewish and Miss Hockey is our Learning Mentor @West Wick. They are available to meet with parents/carers to discuss any social and emotional issues which they feel may be affecting their child’s ability to learn. They can work with small groups and/or with individual children depending on the child’s specific needs. Appointments can be arranged via the school offices.
If you still have concerns that your child’s needs are not being met, please do speak to Mrs Hardy-Smith.
Our Hewish campus is a small and can be accessed by the main entrance or for wheelchair access, through the side entrance via a ramp. Class rooms are accessible via ramps. There is a disabled toilet for use by children and adults with physical disabilities. There is also bespoke sensory hut available.
Our West Wick campus is a purpose built accessible building and has two disabled toilets and one wet room style shower.