All Saints’ CE Federation is committed to developing the full potential of each member of the school community, within the context set by its mission, its strategic aims and its Christian values as a Church of England School.
This SEND report is information for parents / carers of students who have Special Education Needs or Disabilities (SEND). It outlines the support and provision you can expect to receive if your child attends All Saints’ CE Federation.
Who do I contact to discuss SEND at All Saints’ CE Federation?
The Special Educational Needs and Disability Co-ordinator (SENDCo) is Mr James Rennardson. He is able to discuss the provision available for students with SEND at the school. He can be contacted on 01482 648082.
How does All Saints’ CE Federation organise support for students with SEND?
Mr Rennardson (SENDCo) works closely with the staff at All Saints’ to identify students with SEND and then co-ordinates all provision and support for these students within the school.
What support is available?
Support needs and provision will be decided upon in consultation with the SENDCo, Parents / Carers and students. All support will be tailored to meet the needs of individual students.
Who provides support for the students?
‘High quality teaching that is differentiated and personalised will meet the needs of the majority of children and young people.’ (SEND Code of Practice 2014: 1.24) Some students may require additional support and this will be provided by Learning Support Assistants or through external agencies of the Local Authority.
How will I be informed about my child’s progress?
All student’s progress is monitored, tracked and reported back to parents regularly throughout the year. This will take the form of parent’s evenings, annual reports, and termly SSP (School Support Plan) review meetings with the SENDCo and class teacher (for those children on the SEN Register).
Students with a Statement or EHCP will have an annual review meeting which parents / carers will be invited to attend and contribute to.
How will information about my child be shared with staff in school?
A register is compiled of all those pupils who have SEND and distributed to all staff at the start of the academic year. This is updated regularly and all staff notified of any changes.
How do you monitor my child’s needs and progress in school?
Class teachers have overall responsibility for the progress of a student within their class. Any student not making appropriate progress will be identified and targeted for intervention by the teacher and, if necessary, input by the SENDCo. The SENDCo also monitors SEND students’ data throughout the academic year.
What do we offer students with SEND?
We are experienced in providing support for students with SEND and will use our best endeavours to ensure we meet the needs of all the students attending All Saints’ CE Federation.
All students receive:
- Quality First Teaching
- An engaging curriculum
Some students receive:
- Individual or behaviour support plans which identify additional support
- Specific interventions
- Local authority specialist input
- Paired reading
- Learning assistant support
- Pastoral care – safeguarding officer
- Support on school trips
- SATS Arrangements
How will my child get support for their emotional and/or social needs?
At All Saints’ CE Federation we endeavour to support all students in their emotional and social development. Our school values and support systems in place mean that we providing a caring and nurturing environment for all students. We have a trained ELSA specialist in school who can offer support, either in the form of 1-1 sessions or in friendship and social skills groups, to those children who need it.
What should I do if I have any questions about what is offered with regards to my child?
If you need advice or have concerns you should initially contact the SENDCo, Mr Rennardson, who will try to resolve any difficulties. If you require further assistance you should request an appointment to discuss the problem with the Deputy Headteacher, Mrs Newsham. If you feel the matter is still unresolved you should seek a meeting with the Executive Headteacher, Miss Wood. Further to this, a complaint should be made to the Chair of Governors.
What is SENDIASS?
East Riding SENDIASS offers impartial advice, information and support for parents and carers of children with Special Educational Needs and/or disabilities. They are able to help with any concerns that may still arise after any intervention or effort made by the school. In addition an appeal can be made to the Special Educational Needs tribunal, which is an independent body that hears parents’ appeals against LA decisions on statutory assessments, statements and EHCP’s.
Where can I find information about what the local authority has to offer?
The East Riding local offer website enables parents and young people to see what SEND services are available in their area and how to access them. The link below will allow you to access the website directly.