Our Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) is Miss Jane Cunningham. Our SEND Governors are Mrs Rachel Comerford and Mrs Joanna Tunningley.
Approximately one in five children will have special educational needs (SEN) at some time during their school career.
This means that they may have difficulty with:
These difficulties cause barriers to the child's learning. The school will assess your child to identify their strengths, needs and the extra help they may require. They may be at one of two stages on the SEN Code of Practice SEN thresholds:
SEN Support: Extra help in class from a teaching assistant, small group support, ICT access and advice or support from outside specialists eg specialist teacher, speech and language therapist, health professional.
Education, Health and Care Plan: when needs are complex and severe.
What is offered for your child
Huby offers the following according to your child's special educational needs, in addition to high quality teaching
Outcomes for pupils
The extra help the school offers will enable your child to:
Partnership with parents
Huby School works in partnership with parents to meet the child's needs. This means:
What parents want to know
What to do if you have concerns
SENDIASS (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice and Support Service) is a confidential and impartial service that provides information and advice on SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability) policy, process and law.
Their service is free and confidential and they can help children, parents and young people take part in decisions that affect their lives.
They offer information and advice to:
And if you concern is not resolved: