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SEND

Special Educational Needs and Disability Information

 

 

 

The Inclusion Leader at Longfleet is Mrs Sue Eden. Appointments to see Mrs Eden can be made in person, by phone or e-mail via the contacts for the school office.

 

The SENCo at Longfleet is Mrs Sophie Steckiewicz.  Mrs Steckiweicz is currently on maternity leave, therefore please contact Mrs Eden in her absence. 

 

Children with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) are sometimes identified before they start school. Others are initially identified by assessments carried out by school staff before being placed on the Special Educational Needs and Disability Register.

Following guidance set out in the Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice, children are set individual targets. Teachers will then outline all the provision the child has to help them meet these targets and this provision is identified on a provision map. Their progress is then tracked throughout the school and support from other agencies will be requested if needed. Depending on their level of need children can be on the SEND register for a short while whilst they receive some intervention or throughout their schooling. Parents will be kept informed and consulted regarding any decisions relating to their child by the child's class teacher and/or Inclusion Leader (SENCo).

 

For more information click here to read our Inclusion information booklet.

School SEND Information Report

 

To find out what Longfleet provides to support SEND and how this compares with other local schools please take a look at the School Information Report

For detailed information about systems and procedures for children with SEND at Longfleet see the Inclusion Policy.

Children who find maths hard can struggle to grasp multiplication tables (times tables). This handy sheet gives a few ideas of strategies that might help.

 

Speech and Language

There are some fantastic websites which have a range of useful information and great resources for use at home with children who have speech, language or communication difficulties.

 

Take a look at the sites or links below to download documents and resources we have found that could be beneficial.

Small Talk is a booklet that will provide information about what helps children aged 0-5 learn to talk and listen, whether they are on the right track and what to do if the parents have concerns about their child.
Summer Talk is a pack with games and activities that support families to encourage children's communication skils when they are out and about.
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