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Special Educational Needs Information

At Whitley Abbey Primary School we strive to support all children to enable them to achieve at both home and school. We have high aspirations for our pupils and we work hard to support children appropriately in order to make social and academic progress. 

In order to do this many steps are taken to support them through their learning journey. High quality teaching is at the heart of everything that we plan; however for some children there are occasions throughout their time in school that further additional support may be needed to help them achieve their targets and make progress.

The Special Educational Needs Co-Ordinator

The Special Needs Co-Ordinator (SENCo for short) at Whitley Abbey Primary School is Mrs Rebecca Nero. She can be contacted on 02476 303392. During the academic year of 2018/19 the acting SENCo will be Miss Sarah Bourne. She can be contacted on the same number as above. 


Roles and responsibilities of the SENCo

Our SENCo is responsible for the operation of the Special Educational Needs Policy and co-ordination of specific provision made to support individual children with a special educational need (SEN).

The SENCo liaises with staff to monitor the pupil’s progress and plan further interventions where progress is slower than expected.

The SENCo regularly has contact with a wide range of external agencies that are able to give more specialised advice.

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If you have any concerns regarding SEN matters do not hesitate to contact the school. 

 

How Whitley Abbey Primary School supports the progress of pupils with additional needs

How will I know if my child is getting extra support

How will you know if your child is making progress?

Is there any extra support available to help pupils with SEND with their learning

How will I be involved with planning for and supporting my child's learning? 

Click here to download and view our full SEND Information Report

Click here to go directly to SEND Local Offer produced by Coventry Local Authority