Absolutely! If you feel that your child would benefit from additional visits, we are more than happy for you to contact the school to try to arrange suitable times.
We ensure that all children are offered the opportunity to participate with activities outside of the classroom by making reasonable adjustments to the organisation of these. For example, we ensure SEND children have an appropriate level of adult support if going out of school, we organise transport that provides appropriate access and staff complete a comprehensive risk assessment of any excursion to ensure all children are safe and included.
We work with an extensive range of services and professionals to ensure we meet the needs of each individual child. We encourage these professionals to visit school as often as possible to work with our staff and share their expertise. Wherever possible, our staff implement programmes of work linked to these professionals e.g. speech and language programmes, exercises recommended by therapists etc.
Our school has ramped access to get to the main entrance at the front of school. The inside of the school is on two levels, but there is an accessibility lift which allows access to both levels. We have a disabled toilet which is located near the main office. The outside is at the same level as the main office level.
Please contact the school if you have any questions about accessibility.
The new SEND Code of Practice sets out how decisions should be made for children and young adults with SEND. This is statutory guidance and all schools, local authorities and health providers must have regard to it when providing for SEND children/young adults.