Our policy was reviewed in September 2021 with helpful input from parents of SEND pupils and our SEND Governor. We have collectively created this document to ensure it best reflects our school SEND practice and is clear for parents to understand.
Our School Information Reports answers frequently asked questions from our parent community. We would like this document to be relevant and clear for parents to understand. If you would like an additional question to be explored or require further information, refer to our SEND Policy in the first instance. Email your question to the SENCO, if you are unclear of any information. This report was updated in September 2021 and will be reviewed in September 2022 with parental involvement.
|School Documents||SEND Provision Summary||Provides a summary of our approach to SEND|
|SEND Cycle||A visual cycle to help understand our process of managing SEND, what to expect and when and who will be involved|
|SEND Policy||A detailed policy covering all aspects of SEND and how it is approached and managed within our school|
|SEND Information Report||A detailed document providing clear information about the management of SEND in our school. A useful Q&A style document for parents and carers.|
|Process of TA Allocation||A transparent guide to how we allocate our Teaching Assistants on the basis of pupil needs|
|Current Interventions||A description of each intervention currently offered to children identified during pupil progress meetings|
|SEND Register Criteria||A guide to the criteria we apply before placing a child on the SEND register|
|Sample Assess, Plan, Do, Review document (APDR)||A copy of the template that is used for all children on the SEND register|
|Sample Pupil Passport||A copy of the template that is completed with all children on the SEND register and children eligible for Pupil Premium funding|
|SEND Provision and Quality Curriculum Commitment||A summary of how we balance out of class interventions with ensuring that every child benefits from a full, enriched curriculum|
|Accessibility Plan||Helps us to promote a fair and equal access to learning for all children, regardless of any disability|
|SEND Statement||A statutory statement regarding our commitment to SEND provision|
|Transition Policy||A detailed policy explaining the actions the school will take to enable smooth transitions at all stages of development for all children|
|Hertfordshire Documents||SEND Reform||A guide to the four main changes made in Hertfordshire to SEND support|
|Autism Report Summary||Hertfordshire have conducted a review in June 2015, regarding support for children and young people on the Autism spectrum|
|Local Authority Update on SEND||Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) have carried out a SEND inspection of our local area in Summer 2016. The inspection evaluates the effectiveness of SEND provision within Hertfordshire schools|
|Hertfordshire's Local Offer and SEND Strategy||Hertfordshire have a SEND strategy to ensure that all pupils receive the best support can be found on the Local Offer pages. These also provide information regarding support and services for children with Special Educational Needs or Disability Hertfordshire Local Offer|
|National Documents||Autism Approach||The school wide Autism Approach is in line with the audit tool for the AET Autism National Standards.|
|SEND Code Of Practice||The national guidelines underpinning all SEND work in school|
We celebrate culture and language within Mary Exton Primary School and are very proud to have such diversity within our school.
Please do share with us if your child can speak an additional language as it will help us to get to know your child and also provide additional support, should they require this.