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Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

 

At Crown Meadow First School, we promote inclusion and ensure that children with special educational needs, disability or medical conditions are not discriminated against in any way.

 

We follow the definitions outlined in the Sen and Disability Code of Practice (2014) when deciding whether a child has a Special Educational Need. For more information on this please refer to our School Information Report. 

 

Our school has an Accessibility Plan aimed to ensure that:

 

·        All pupils have equal access to and participation in the school curriculum.

·        Accessibility for disabled pupils/parents/visitors is enhanced.

·        All pupils/parents have access to information.

 

In their planning, teachers account for the needs of each child, and where extra provision is required the teacher and the SEND team assess the child’s needs carefully. A map of provision, which matches teaching strategies, resources and/or extra adult support for the child’s individual learning requirements, will then be provided and reviewed termly.

 

For those pupils who need it, additional support and advice is given by outside agencies, with whom we work closely with.

 

For more information on our SEND policies please see the documents below. 

SENDCO: Mr C Morris 

 

Email: office@crownmeadow.worcs.sch.uk

Phone: 0121 445 4540

 

 

 

Coronavirus Support

 

 

This leaflet provides information and support for parents during lock-down. There is a direct line to ring to speak to a Parent Support Worker and there are links to free parenting courses.

 

Wellbeing Support Guide

 

Below is a document created by NHS Worcestershire, which gives information on services parents can access. As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, some of the services are working in different ways to support children, young people and their family or carers, and this information is collated below.

 

 

Here are links to websites that can provide support for parents and children:

 

 

  • NHS Now We're TalkingMental health support for adults and children, with a specific COVID 19 support page.

 

 

 

National Autistic Society Helpline: Call 0808 800 4104, 10am-3pm, Monday to Friday

(excluding bank holidays).

 

 

  • Chatter Pack Free Speech and Language, OT and SEND resources, as well as Home Learning resources.

 

  • Chadsgrove School Chadsgrove School support children with SEND and they have lots of home learning resources. Under Mindfulness for Children, there is a link to a book called 'Everyone Worries', which is very child friendly.

 

  • Occupational Therapy Occupational Therapy resources and there is a direct line to get advice and support during COVID 19.

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