Our SEN Information Report – which is part of Durham County Council’s Local Offer – provides details about how we support children and young people with Special Educational Needs in our school.
The SEN Information Report was reviewed and updated Summer 2022.
At Red Rose Primary School we believe all our pupils have the right to be safe, happy, successful and treated as individuals. The learning community of pupils, staff, governors and parents work together to provide the highest possible standard of education. We believe all pupils should feel valued as individuals and their strengths identified and developed as far as possible, taking into account their individual aspirations. In order to achieve this, all pupils regardless of their particular needs are offered inclusive teaching, which will enable them to make the best possible progress in school and feel that they are a valued member of the wider school community.
Red Rose Primary School works within the Durham LEA guidance on provision for children with SEND in mainstream schools which explains the ways students with different additional needs are provided for within the school. We also follow our Disability and Equality Policy.
Our school recognises there are particular groups of pupils whose circumstances require additional consideration by those who work with them to support their SEN.
This SEND Information Report should be read alongside the school’s SEND Policy, the Equalities Information and Objectives and the Accessibility Plan.
- Headteacher: Mrs A Brinton
- Acting SENCO: Mrs A Brinton and Mrs A Holt
- SEN Governor: Mrs S Rehan
If you would like to discuss your child’s SEN in more detail please contact the school to arrange an appointment.
The full range of local support available for children/ young people with SEND and their families within and outside of school can be found in the County Durham Local Offer
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MCT is Durham’s official parent carer forum and a group of parent carers who work with professionals to influence and improve services to children and young people (0-25 years) with special educational needs and disabilities in County Durham.