Special Educational Needs
Lower Wortley Primary school is an inclusive school and we support all children to make good progress, achieve well and enjoy school. We have high expectations of all pupils but recognise that children are individuals. We aim to meet their needs and interests through a broad and balanced curriculum delivered by high quality teaching. Many children need additional provision at some point and are considered to have Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND) where ’their learning difficulty or disability calls for special educational provision different from or additional to that normally available to pupils of the same age’ as defined by the SEN Code of Practice 2014.
Please follow the link below and read the additional information which explains how we support pupils with SEND.
As a school we work hard to build positive and productive relationships with parents to support any child who may have SEN. Our SENCo-ordinator is Mrs Prouse and she works in conjunction with the Headteacher, Mrs Geldard, to ensure appropriate SEN provision is in place and effective.
If parents have any concerns about the SEN provision that their child is receiving in school then parents should discuss this with the school as soon as possible. However, there may be an occasion when parents wish to make a complaint about their child's SEN provision. In this case parents should follow the school complaints procedure which can be found in our policies section here.
Below is the link for our current SEN report. SEN reports are produced yearly and once all the data from that academic year is finalised. This means that that the current report will be about the previous academic year. Please click on the link to open the document.