'We strongly believe that learning has no boundaries'

SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS & DISABILITY 

 

Welcome to our Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) information pages.  We hope you will enjoy reading about the variety of ways in which we are able to support your child to reach his/her full potential in order to ensure a successful transition into adult life.   

We are an inclusive school and believe that all children should be valued and treated with respect and that learning knows no bounds. The school uses its best endeavors to ensure that the provision for all its pupils is of the highest possible standard, whilst acknowledging that we are continually striving to further improve our practice.  We are committed to narrowing the attainment gap between children with SEND and their peers. 

At Kings Oak Primary Learning Centre we have two dedicated Special Educational Needs Coordinators (also known as SENCOs): 

                                                                              

Mrs K Sanders                                 Mrs A Rawlinson                                                                                        

Assistant Headteacher                   Associate Assistant Headteacher            

SENCO -Foundation & KS1            SENCO - KS2                                            

 

If you would like to discuss your child's needs with any of our SENCO staff we have an open door policy at Kings Oak Primary Learning Centre and welcome you to contact us to make an appointment. Please call school reception on 01226 272740 and our friendly reception staff will be happy to help.

 

Here are all of our Policies relating to our Special Educational Needs and Disability in School:

Accessibility Plan 

SEND Code of Practice (2015)

Equality Act (2010)

Children and Families Act 2014

Schedule 1 of the Special Education Needs and Disability Regulations 2014

 

Below are various self help links which aim to provide you with more information and advice:   

What is a Special Educational Need? 

What is a Disability? 

What should I do if I think my child has Special Needs or a Disability? 

How is a graduated approach used to support my child’s SEND? (1)

How is a graduated approach used to support my child’s SEND? (2)

How is a graduated approach used to support my child’s SEND? (3)

How is a graduated approach used to support my child’s SEND? (4) 

What interventions are available at Kings Oak PLC to support my child’s SEND? (1)

What interventions are available at Kings Oak PLC to support my child’s SEND? (2) 

How will my child's learning needs be assessed and their progress monitored? 

How effective is the school's provision for children with Special Educational Needs?