Warter C. E. Primary School

"He set my feet on a rock and gave me a firm place to stand.ā€¯Psalm 40:2. At Warter C.E. Primary School we are working together to provide a solid foundation to learn, grow and achieve through our Christian values of hope, perseverance, friendship and respect.

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Special Educational Needs and Disabilities - SEND

At Warter C.E. Primary School, we make sure that every child makes good or better progress from their starting points. We monitor progress really carefully during our teaching and adjust what we do to help every learner.

To make sure that every child is given the right support and challenge, all teaching staff regularly share information with Mrs Rachel Laud, SENDCO,  discussing every child in depth. This ensures that we quickly identify children who may need a bit of extra help to keep up or longer-term support to achieve their potential. This might mean extra focused help in the classroom; a short term additional ‘booster’ programme in a small group or individually; or more intensive support through setting up an Educational Health Care Plan. We keep parents and carers fully informed at every stage and, where longer term support is needed, they are invited to meetings every term to discuss progress and next steps.

Our SENDCO (the teacher with responsibility for Special Educational Needs) is Mrs Rachel Laud.

The governor responsible for monitoring Special Educational Needs and provision is Claire Huckfield.

On this page of our website, we publish information about how we support children at Warter with SEND and the details of the local offer that parents and families should expect to receive from all schools in the authority.

Please download these reports and policies to see what we are doing to support Special Educational Needs at Warter.

 

SEND – Local Offer

All East Riding maintained schools have a similar approach to meeting the needs of pupils with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND.)   They are supported by the Local Authority to ensure that all pupils, whatever their specific needs, make the best possible progress in school.   The Local Authority publishes its Local Offer which provides information for children and young people with special educational needs (SEND) and their parents or carers in a single place.

Find out more from the East Riding SEND website