We have a strong and well-developed Support for Learning Department that supports students with Special Educational Needs and disabilities (SEND). The dedicated team work with staff and students in classrooms to help them achieve their very best, as well as providing a package of support outside of the classroom to meet the needs of each student.
SENCO – Maria Breslin
Our SEND Policy
Our Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) policy has been written with regard to the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Code of Practice: 0-25 years (June 2014) and the Equalities Act (2010).
Students will be identified through on-going assessments by the child or young person’s teachers, and brought to the attention of the SENCO if they are making less than expected progress, in spite of high quality, differentiated classroom teaching targeted at the child or young person’s area of weakness.
To find out more about how we are implementing our SEND Policy please use the link below.
Our SEN Information Report
The information required is set out in the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014 and must include information about: evaluating the effectiveness of the provision made for children and young people with SEN; how children and young people with SEN are enabled to engage in activities available with children and young people in the school who do not have SEN; support for improving emotional and social development; how the school involves other bodies, including health and social care bodies, local authority support services and voluntary sector organisations and arrangements for handling complaints from parents of children with SEN about the provision made at the school.
To find out more about our SEND Information Report please use the link below.
The Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations (June 2014, part 4) places a requirements on local authorities and schools to publish and keep under review information about the services they expect to be available for children and young people with Special educational Needs (SEN) and/or who are disabled, including those who do not have Education Health and Care (EHC) plans. This is referred to as the “Local Offer”.
The intention of the Local Offer is to provide clear, comprehensive, accessible and up-to-date information about the available provision and how to access it, improve choice and transparency for families. It will also be an important resource for parents, families and professionals in understanding the range of services and provision in the local area.
Luton Borough Council Local Offer
If you reside in one of the following areas: Barnfield, Bramingham, Challney, Icknield, Leagrave, Lewsey, Limbury, Northwell, Saints, Sundon Park (Luton North) or Biscot, Crawley, Dallow, Farley, High Town, Round Green, South, Stopsley, Wigmore (Luton South).
Click the link below to view the Luton Borough Council's Local Offer for children and young people with disabilities and special needs.
Central Bedfordshire Council Local Offer
If you reside in one of the following areas: Caddington, Hyde and Slip End (Luton South) or All Saints, Chiltern, Dunstable Central, Eaton Bray, Grovebury, Heath and Reach, Houghton Hall, Icknield, Kensworth and Totternhoe, Linslade, Manshead, Northfields, Parkside, Planets, Plantation, Southcott, Stanbridge, Tithe Farm, Watling (South West Bedfordshire).
Click the link below to view the Central Bedfordshire Council's Local Offer for children and young people with disabilities and special needs.
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