Special Educational Needs and Disability

 

Chesham Primary is proud to be an inclusive school.

 

At Chesham Primary School, we  believe passionately in the importance of inclusion and equality for all children and adults, and strive to ensure that these values are at the heart of our Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) practices.

We will always involve parents and children in key decisions, as well as planning and reviewing progress; we know that parents are the first educators of their child and that we need their knowledge and co-operation to plan effectively.

We know that the earlier we identify SEND and provide support, the more successful our children will be.

We are committed to providing expert support and resources for children with SEND to fulfil their individual potential.
Our starting point is to guarantee a whole -school approach to providing for the needs of children with SEND. In other words, we make sure that all staff have the knowledge and skills to support all children, including those with SEND, throughout our School.

If you have any questions regarding your child, then please get in touch with Chesham's Special Educational Needs Co - ordinator (SENCO), Mr Roche (0161 764 4927).

 

In the attached document, you can read about our provision and how we support those children who have Special Educational Needs or Disabilities, and their families.   

Please click on the link below.

Chesham SEND Information Report (September 17)

This SEN Information report complies with section 69(2) of the Children and Families Act 2014; regulation 51 and schedule 1 of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014. The details of the report have been included from schedule 1 of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014, and section 6 of the ‘Special educational needs and disability code of practice: 0-25 years’.

Please click on the link below to read our school's Special Educational Needs Policy.

Chesham SEN policy (September 2017)

Please click on the link below for an explanation of the process of identification of special educational needs at Chesham.

Chesham SEN identification process (September 17)

The Educational Psychology Service may be involved in the consultation, identification and assessment of SEND pupils at Chesham. Please click on the links below for further information about the service and our own Educational Psychologist, Clare Nuttall.

EPS Parent leaflet.pub

 

Bury's Local Offer

Information on services available in the local area, for people with special educational needs and their parents or carers,  can be found by accessing the following link:

http://www.theburydirectory.co.uk/kb5/bury/directory/localoffer.page

 

Where can I get more help and information?

Useful contacts:

Bury SEND Information Advice Support Service (IASS) formerly known as Bury Parent Partnership Service.

This is an impartial, confidential and free service which can help you through the SEND system. It has independent supporters who can visit you at home, give information by phone or support you in meetings.  You can contact the Service at:

 Tel: 0161 761 0401

E-mail: buryparentpartnership@togethertrust.org.uk

  

First Point (Family Support Services)

The service is run by Bury parents for parents and can offer a range of support and advice. The service can be contacted at:

Annara House, 7-11 Bury Road, Radcliffe, M26 3UD  or
Humphrey House, 4 Angouleme Way, Bury BL9 0EQ

Tel: 0161 641 4585

 https://www.firstpointsupport.org.uk/

 

The SEN Team

The Team is responsible for the maintenance and review of Education, Health and Care Plans or Statements of SEN for children and young people who live in Bury. Since 2014 it has organised the transfer from Statements to Education, Health and Care Plans. The Team can be contacted at:

SEN Team, Children Young People and Culture, Seedfield Site, Parkinson Street, Bury BL9   6NY

Tel: 0161 253 5969

E-mail: senteam@bury.gov.uk

 

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