The Local Offer or Summary of Provision for children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) South West Schools’ Federation has three fully inclusive and very caring primary schools.
The schools value all pupils regardless of gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual identity, physical ability or educational need. Where children have an extra need, physical, educational or emotional we do our very best to facilitate learning as well as supporting their general well-being.
We believe in order to achieve this we must work in in partnership with parents as well as others support agencies or services e.g. medical, CAMHS, social services etc. We have in our schools children who have a wide variety of learning difficulties and or physical difficulties. We have trained up our staff in working with children with a range of additional needs.
We have a number of experienced support staff that work, under close direction from the class teacher, supporting children who need extra help. We have several highly qualified teachers across the Federation who specialize in Dyslexia and the Autistic Spectrum Condition. We have a specialist behaviour support assistant who also mentors children in care. We work closely with other specialist services e.g. Behavior Support team, Physiotherapists, School Nurse etc. We recognise is sought and then informs the provision for SEND children.
We aim for all clubs provided before, or after school and at lunchtime to be all inclusive.
Our presentation below shows further information on the SWSFs’ SEND pathway