All children are entitled to an education that enables them to:
(SEN Code of Practice 2014)
Our SEND contact is Emma Sutcliffe
Learning Support Provision
The range of provision co-ordinated through learning support is comprehensive and support is personalised to meet the specific needs of pupils
The school has its own gated car park for use by staff and visitors only. There is a sizeable disabled parking bay which is made available to parents if their vehicle carries a blue badge. Access from the car park to the main entrance is via a tarmac pathway that is clearly marked. The school is built on 2 levels connected by 4 steps which house a passenger lift for wheelchair/walker access. All entrances and exits to school are wheelchair accessible. Most doors in school have been adapted to allow for easier access for wheelchair bound pupils, although all are accessible.
In addition to the normal children's toilet facilities, there is a disabled toilet incorporating a shower. The school also has a hearing loop in the hall to support children or parents with hearing impairments.
Please note these websites are not linked to the school and we are not responsible for their content.
The following websites give definitions of, information on and ways of working with specific conditions in education.
Bolton Parent Carer Consortium
Dyslexia Information and Support
British Dyslexia Association http://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/
Helen Arkell Centre www.arkellcentre.org.uk
Reid, Gavin www.gavinreid.co.uk
The Dyslexia Institute www.dyslexia-inst.org.uk
Speech and Language Information and Support
Afasic England – supporting children and their parents to overcome speech and language difficulties. The website contains a wealth of information for children, young people, their parents/carers and the professionals who are providing support and services for them.
I CAN – the children’s communication charity. I CAN’s mission is to make sure that everyone in contact with children knows how important communication is, what a communication difficulty looks like and what they can do to help.
Talking Point – the first stop for information on children’s communication
Websites about specific learning difficulties:
Social,Emotional and Mental Health Information and Support
Youngs Minds: for Children’s mental health
Autistic Spectrum Information and Support
The National Autistic Society www.autism.org.uk/
Autism Speaks https://www.autismspeaks.org/
Visual and or Hearing impairment
National Blind Children’s Society
The National Deaf Children’s Society