St Christopher's Road, Ashton-under-Lyne, Tameside , OL6 9DP
0161 330 5880

St Christopher's RC Primary & Nursery SEND

 

St Christopher's SENCO is Mrs Connery and can be contacted on the school phone number:

0161 330 5880 or admin@st-christophers.tameside.sch.uk. 

 

The local offer for services for children with SEND can be found by clicking on the link below:

Tameside Council SEND Offer to Parents.

 

 

We understand that if you believe your child may have Special Educational Needs or a disability you will have many questions, such as: 

  • What type of SEN provision is made throughout school? See Regulations 1 and 3e
  • What is the school policy for the identification of needs?
  • How does the school assess whether a child has SEN (D)? See Regulation 2
  • What is the school ethos and approach to SEN (D)? See Regulation 3
  • How does the school evaluate the effectiveness of the provision made? See Regulation 3a
  • How does the school adapt the curriculum and school environment for its pupils? See Regulation 3d
  • How does the school ensure the inclusion of pupils with SEN(D) in activities outside of the classroom? See Regulation 3f
  • Who do I contact for further details? See Regulation 4
  • What specialist skills/expertise do school staff have? See Regulation 5
  • What training is available to staff? See Regulation 5
  • How are equipment and facilities to support pupils secured? See Regulation 6
  • What can a parent do if they have concerns? See Regulation 7
  • How should complaints regarding SEN provision be made and how will they be dealt with? See Regulation 9
  • What external specialist services are accessed by schools to meet the needs of pupils and support their families? See Regulation 10
  • Who outside of school can I turn to for advice and support? See Regulation 11
  • How does the school support pupils with SEN during the transition? See Regulation 12
  • Where can I find information about Local Authority provisions for children with SEN? See Regulation 13

 

Answers to all these questions can be found in our school policy for SEN(D) & inclusion.

By law, we must publish a SEN information report on our school’s policy for pupils with SEN.
The report must comply with:

  • Section 69(2) of the Children and Families Act 2014
  • Regulation 51 and Schedule 1 of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014
  • The Policy of the Governing Body in relation to pupils with Special Educational needs or disabilities (SEND).
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SEND Policy 2022.pdf
Local Offer 2022.pdf