Inclusion / SEND

Advice for parents and carers looking after children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) during Coronavirus can be found on the Government website and at the Department for Health and Social Care.

Information and Resources to Support Families

SEND Information Report Covid-19

SEND-information COVID 19.pdf

Parents' Toolkit

SEND resources, activities and support to help you and your family during lockdown.

Information, advice and support service.

Equality Information

Equality Information 2021.pdf

SEN Complaints Procedure

SEN Complaints Procedure April 18.pdf

SEN-D Information Report

The SEND Information report is currently being updated by parents, pupils and teachers in partnership with the Inclusion Leader.

If you have not already contacted the Inclusion Leader with your feedback and thoughts about our SEND Information report please contact her via the school office or access this Google Form with four short questions :

SEND information report April 2020.pdf

Who is our special educational needs co-ordinator (SENCO) and how can he/she be contacted?

What are Special Educational Needs or a Disability?

What types of SEN/D do we provide for?

How does Edwards Hall know if my child needs extra help?

What should you do if you think your child/young person has special educational needs.

How will teaching be adapted for your child with SEN/D?

How do we adapt the curriculum and learning environment?

How do we enable pupils with SEN to engage in activities with other pupils who do not have SEN?

How do we consult parents of pupils with SEN and involve them in their child’s education and how do we consult pupils with SEN and involve them in their education?

How do we assess and review pupils’ progress towards their outcomes?

How do we support pupils moving between different phases of education and in preparation for adulthood?

What arrangements does the school make when a child joins the school mid phase?

How do we support pupils with SEN to improve their emotional and social development?

What expertise and training do our staff have to support pupils with SEN?

What specialist support or services does the school access to meet the needs of pupils with SEN/D?

How do we evaluate the effectiveness of our SEN provision?

How do we handle complaints from parents of children with SEN about provision made at the school?

How does Edwards Hall Primary School support children who are looked after by the local authority and have SEN?

What support do you have for parents of a child with SEN?

What has been implemented since Covid-19