Information Report

What is the Special Education Needs Information Report?

 

Schools utilise the Together For Children Local Offer https://togetherforchildren.org.uk/professionals/send-local-offer to meet the needs of SEND pupils as determined by school policy and the provision that the school is able to provide.

Schools refer to this as ‘The Special Education Needs and Disabilities  Information Report’

 

The SEND information report November 2018 conforms to the legislation and guidance as follows:

 

At George Washington the percentage of  children on the SEND register with SEND is above the national average and  19% of the total school population.

 

Boys with SEND =  68%           Girls with SEND = 32%         SEN pupil premium = 33%

Communication and interaction = 48%    (55.5%  of which are diagnosed with ASD)

Cognition and learning =  21%

Social, emotional and mental health = 27%

Physical and sensory = 4%

The 13 questions below provide more information about SEND provision at George Washington Primary School. Please click on the question for further details.

 

For further information or support please contact;

 

Special Educational Needs and Disability Co-ordinator – Mrs. S.Wilson

Special Educational needs and Disabilities Link Governor- Mr D.Donnachie

Q1: Who are the best people to talk to in this school about my child’s difficulties with learning/ Special Educational Needs or disability (SEND)?

 

Q2: What are the different types of support available for children with SEND in our school?

 

Q3: How can I let the school know I am concerned about my child’s progress in school?

 

Q4: How will the school let me know if they have any concerns about my child’s learning in school?

 

Q5: How is extra support allocated to children and how do they progress in their learning?

 

Q6: Who are the other people providing services to children with SEND in this school?

 

Q7: How are the teachers in school helped to work with children a SEND and what training do they have?

 

Q8: How will the teaching be adapted for my child with SEND?

 

Q9: How will we measure the progress of your child in school?

 

Q10: What support do we have for you as a parent of a child with a SEND?


Q11: How is George Washington Primary School accessible to children with SEND?


Q12: How will we support your child when they are leaving this school OR moving on to another class?

 

Q13: What Emotional and Social Development support do we have for a child with a SEND?