Children are regularly assessed at school and if a particular difficulty is identified, then special provision is provided and specific learning programmes may need to be drawn up.
We receive support and advice from Local Authority agencies such as Speech and Language specialists, Educational Psychologists as well as other advisory services.
The school Admissions Policy is fully inclusive in that no pupil would be refused a school place because of a Special Education Need or a Disability.
Resources including Teaching Assistants are organised so that disabled pupils may take part in school life as much as possible and therefore they are not treated less favourably than other pupils.
There is a disabled toilet in Y5 and the school is on one level with wide doors. The school can be accessed via the ramped entrance.
What is the SEND Local Offer?
Derbyshire's Local Offer includes leisure and activity providers, health and care services, education providers and support groups.
Derbyshire Information, Advice and Support Service for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities - DIASS (formerly Parent Partnership) provide free, impartial and confidential information to parents and children and young people on issues around education, health and social care, relating to special educational provision.