Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
SENDCo - Miss A Tosh
Assistant SENDCo - Mrs C Ramsden
Governor with responsibility for SEN - Miss C Hill and Mrs C Roberts
With learning at the heart of all we do, we ensure that we prepare our pupils for real-world learning and to succeed beyond education. Our school vision considers all children regardless of abilities and needs. We endeavour to provide a curriculum that is innovative and challenging for all learners, and embeds support strategies within lessons to ensure everyone can succeed and feel a sense of belonging.
We work hard to build good relationships with the parents and carers of all children, as well as with the other professionals who may be supporting individual children or us as a school.
Please read our SEND Information Report for full details of our SEND offer.
Should you need to make a complaint to the school please see the school Complaints policy.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Where do I start if I have a concern about my child?
To discuss concerns about your child’s education, first speak to your child’s class teacher if possible– they know your child best. This may lead to a discussion with the SENDCo, Miss Tosh.
We all work together for the best outcomes for our children.
What do I do if I am unhappy with the support my child receives?
If you are concerned about your child’s SEND, please arrange to speak to your child's class teacher. This can be arranged via the school office.
Alternatively you can ask to speak to a member of the pastoral team.
You may also like to contact the Leeds parent support service, SENDIASS, who will give you advice and support to get the best outcomes for your child.
For more information about our inclusive offer, and more detailed answers to the above questions, have a look at our SEND Information Report below.
HELPFUL WEBSITES FOR PARENTS
SENDIASS – advice, support and guidance for parents who have children with SEND
Leeds SEND Local Offer – information about citywide support and activities for children with SEND
Mind Mate – advice in supporting your child’s emotional wellbeing and mental health
Small Talk – advice for parents from the Communication Trust around Speech and Language Development from 0-11 years
Young Minds – signposting and support for emotional wellbeing, including bereavement, anxiety and anger
Leeds Occupation Therapy – resources for developing children’s independence
STARS Leeds – supporting families with children with autism (or suspected autism)
HELPFUL WEBSITES FOR PARENTS
Dyslexia Assist – advice around reading challenges and how to support your child
STARS Drop in service – supporting families with children with autism (or suspected autism)
Sunshine and Smiles – supporting families with children with Down syndrome
Epic Leeds- Find information and have your say about services and activities for SEND children in Leeds.