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SEND - Special Education Needs and Disabilities

At Our Lady’s Primary school we strive to ensure that there is equal opportunity for all children to be successful in their learning and to make good achievements. Children enjoy learning in a warm, safe and caring environment with dedicated staff where every teacher is a teacher of SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability).

‘Pupils who are disabled and those with special educational needs make the same good progress as their peers. These pupils benefit from the effective support of teaching assistants and extra small group sessions devoted to supporting them in work they find especially difficult.’   Ofsted 2012 
As our following Ofsted inspection highlighted, these standards have been maintained as  'Pupils of all abilities, including disabled pupils, those who have special educational needs, those who are disadvantaged, and those at the early stages of learning English as an additional language, make good progress.' (March 2015)  

Key people who have responsibility for Special Educational Needs in school:
Mrs Storey is the Special Educational Needs and Disability Co-ordinator and with the support of the Head Teacher and Governing Body, is responsible for the day–to-day operation of provision and support for children who are identified with Special Educational Needs or a  Disability (SEND). 

SEND Local Offer

Warrington's Local Offer

SEND Report for Our Lady's

How Our Lady's can help you if need support for your child with Special Educational Needs -

for our Special Educational Needs & Disability Policy, Equalities Policy, Mental Health & Well-being Policy & our Accessibility Plan please see the Policies page of our website.

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