SEND Report 2020-2021
SEN Early Identification Flow Chart
Adjustments to SEN Information Report During School Closures
The contents of this information report have been amended in light of school closures. Where possible, resources will be posted on the website as part of our universal offer. In addition, some children (mainly those with EHCPs) will receive personalised programmes and/or resources to support their learning at home.
Cognition and Learning
Class teachers will post work on the year group pages. Parents and children are advised to access the work on the year group level of their child. In addition, they can email their class teacher for support. Some children have received additional home learning packs to take home at their level.
Communication and Interaction
Love to communicate have added videos and resources to the website for all to access. Those with a higher need, who are known to the service, will receive personalised programmes and resources. There is also access to an NHS advice line. Our website also has resources to support children with social communication difficulties.
Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs
Our website contains a range of resources to support children's mental health for all to access. Our school counsellor is also sending resources to children on her caseload. Support from external agencies such as CAMHs are at the discretion of that service.
Sensory and/or physical needs
Our website has some links to resources to support motor development for all to access. Parents are advised to continue with any programmes from OT and physiotherapy at home. Parents are also advised to continue to use any physical aids at home to support their children's learning. Support from external agencies such as OT and physiotherapy are at the discretion of that service.
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