- Communication and Interaction: children with speech, language, communication and social interaction needs.
- Cognition and Learning: children who have difficulty in learning.
- Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties: children with mental health issues, who have difficulty managing their emotions and feelings, or their behaviour.
- Sensory and / or Physical: children with additional sensory, for example Multi sensory Impairment (MSI) or physical needs, including Visual Impairment (VI).
Procedure for expressing concerns and making formal complaints about the support provided by St. Peter’s Junior School for your child if they have Special Educational Needs.(SEN)
We believe that St. Peter’s Junior School continuously aspires to deliver outstanding education for all of our children regardless of any SEN or disability. We work very hard to build positive relationships with all involved in our school community. However, the Academy is obliged to have procedures in place in case there are complaints about the support provided for a child who has Special Educational Needs.
If you have a concern about the support your child is receiving in school we strongly encourage you to make an appointment with your child’s class teacher to discuss this concern. If you feel your concern has not been resolved please do make an appointment with Mrs Bailey (SENDCO) who will endeavour to support you.
If, after liaison with the school, you still feel dissatisfied with the support your child is receiving you may choose to make a formal complaint.
If you would like to make a complaint we would refer you to our school complaints policy, which outlines the complaints process.
The key objectives are:
- To reduce or eliminate barriers to access to the curriculum
- To be able to fully participate in the school community for pupils, prospective pupils with a disability.
- Wheelchair access
- Assistive Technology
- Medical Room