SEND

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

Many students will experience difficulties with learning during their school career.  A small number of these students will have an Education, Health & Care (EHC) Plan.  The school aims to provide access to the whole curriculum for all students, with specialist staff wherever possible.

Objectives

  • To give all students the opportunity to study a broad balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum;
  • To foster attitudes of self-worth in all students;
  • To encourage personal autonomy and the full realisation of potential;
  • To develop staff awareness monitoring students with individual needs in all subject areas by all staff;
  • To make appropriate provision, out of the resources available, for all students with individual needs.
  • To disseminate information to staff on students’ needs and suitable approaches to maximise learning.

The school’s Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Coordinator is Mrs M Goodes goodesm@haileyburyturnford.com and Flex/SEND Coordinator is Mrs J Mitchell mitchellj@haileyburyturnford.com

Below are some links and documents to help parents support students with SEND during remote learning.

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Documents:

SEND Policy
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SEND Information Report
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Accessibility Plan
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Read with TRUST infographic
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7 Top Tips to Support Reading at Home
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Talk with TRUST comic
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Supporting home learning routines-Planning the day
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EEF Four tips for a smooth home learning routine
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Parent Carer Meeting Jan 2021
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EEF Planning the day
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Assistive Technology
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Task Planner for remote learning
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25th March 2020 Minister Ford's open letter
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