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SEND

Children with Special Educational Needs

 

The admission arrangements for pupils with statements of special educational needs are governed by the LA’s admission policy for all pupils. If children are identified as having special educational needs, then the parents are consulted immediately and, if necessary, outside agencies are involved in order to devise strategies to meet the needs of the child.

 

The Special Needs Co-ordinator, Mrs V Bywater, works with the rest of the staff to provide appropriate work and to encourage integration. Parents are encouraged to ask about the policy and the Code of Practice.

 

Please contact Victoria Bywater at vbywater@watertonacademytrust.org

 

 

 

Further support

 

 

WESAIL have a page on the local offer with lots of useful handouts that maybe of interest if you need further information and advice on subjects such as;
  • Education Health and Care Plans
  • SENDIASS- Going to meetings
  • Benefits and Entitlements
Click here and choose the tab “useful information” for the full list

 

CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services) is the NHS service that offers support and treatment for children and young people, aged up to 18 years old, who are experiencing difficulties with their mental health and wellbeing.
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Due to health and safety, the school has had to close today because of no water. 18/06/2021