Special Educational Needs At St Hilary School
Children With Special Educational Needs - SEN
We consider all children to have individual needs, however some children may be more able or may need some extra support and intervention to enable them to achieve their full potential, in order that they thrive.
As part of our caring and nurturing ethos, our aim at St Hilary is to identify and meet any individual needs early. Then we will work together with parents, and if needed any outside agencies, to write individualised Provision Maps. This enables us to target support and interventions effectively so we can all work together to focus on specific learning targets.
We integrate and include all children with SEN, whilst ensuring any other needs are met through small group work or 1:1 support throughout the school day.
If a parent ever has any questions or concerns about their children’s progress then they should discuss this with their child’s class teacher. Our SENDCo (Special Educational Needs & Disability Co-ordinator) – Michelle Brant (firstname.lastname@example.org) is also always available if you wish to discuss any concerns further.
Please see the SEN Policy attached for more detailed information about the way SEN is co-ordinated within the school as well as a full list of outside agencies the school works with. Our SEN Information Report also outlines the provision that all children can expect if the attend St Hilary School.
SENDIASS -Special Educational Needs & Disability Information, Advice & Support Service
If you would like any impartial information, advice and support you can contact SENDIASS:
Parent Carer Council
The Parents Carer Council can also offer families support and advice if their child has an additional need or disability.
Cornwall's Local Offer describes the provision that is available for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and their families.