SEND

(Provision for children with Special Education Needs and Disabilities)

At TCP we aim to provide high quality education for all the children who attend our school. It is recognised that many children at some time in their primary education will have additional needs that need to be addressed by the school.

A child has Special Educational Needs if they have a learning difficulty, behavioural difficulty, physical difficulty, SEMH (Social Emotional Mental Health Needs) or medical problems which calls for special educational provision to be made for them. We actively remove barriers to children's learning by delivering Quality First Provision that is differentiated and highly personalised in an inclusive setting. 

 

Our Deputy Head Teacher, Mrs Higson, is our SENDCo who has overall responsibility for SEND. The Governor appointed to have particular oversight of SEND within school is Asa Burton, who works closely with Mrs Higson with regard to the SEND provision in school and has a professional background in SEND. We believe in a close partnership between home and school. Therefore, if you have any concerns about your child, speak with your child's class teacher. Further meetings may then be arranged with the SENDCo to gather more information, provide advice or discuss actions that may be needed to support your child's learning and wellbeing.    

 

As a mainstream school, we give effective provision for children with special education needs including those with:

  • Communication and Interaction Needs
  • Cognition and Learning Needs
  • Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs
  • Sensory and/or Physical  Needs

If required, school will refer children to outside agencies to get additional advice and support. Some of the services we have involvement from include: Educational Psychologists, CAMHS (Child and adolescent mental health services), The Inclusion Service, Speech and Language Therapy, Hearing Impairment Services.

 

 

To find out further information about our provision for pupils with SEND and of course how we can support our parents and families, please click on one of the links below:

LCC's Local Offer

Please click on the link to view the Lancashire County Councils Local Offer.

The local offer brings together information for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities and their families.

 

Meet the Team!

Mrs Janette Higson

                  SENCo & SEND Champion                  

Mr Asa Burton

SEND Governor

Please contact Mrs Higson, our SENCo, on the school telephone number (01772 812547) should you have any queries relating to SEND and she will be more than happy to meet with you.