Welcome to our page for SEND and Inclusion, here you can find lots of information for parents who have concerns regarding their child and SEND. It is our firm belief that all children should be entitled to the best experience possible when they attend school and should be given all help available in order to assure they get the very utmost from their school experience. Our SENCO is Miss P. Burgess and our SEN Governor is Mrs D. Heaton.
SEND in Warrington
The basic principals of the new SEND legislation which came into force in 2014 are that
All children have a right to an education that enables them to make progress so that they can:
- Achieve their best, become confident individuals and live fulfilling lives
- Make a successful transition into adulthood - whether that's into further education, training or work.
When making decisions about SEN or disabilities your local authority must:
- Have regard to the views, wishes and feelings of children, their parents and young people
- Make sure that children, their parents and young people participate as fully as possible in decisions that affect them
- Provide support to children, their parents and young people so that children and young people do exceptionally well educationally and can prepare properly for adulthood.