Special Educational Needs and Disability
Some children, at some point in their school career, may have special educational needs (SEN). Most children’s needs will be met by their school, often with support from outside specialists.
If you think your child has a learning difficulty at school, make an appointment to talk to your child’s teacher or ask to see one of the SEND team.
Often, SEN concerns can be dealt with within school. In some cases, with parental permission, the school may call on outside specialists to help ensure that the child’s needs are fully understood so that appropriate help may be given.
Miss Karen Breakwell - Special Educational Needs and Disability Co-ordinator (SENDCo)
Mrs Jacqui Conroy - Assistant SENDCo
Mrs Sally Robson - Child Advocate
More details of our SEN Information Report (previously known as the Local Offer) and our SEND policy are available below.
SEN Information Report (previously known as the local offer) from Walsall.
As part of the Government’s reforms of special educational needs and disability (SEND), local authorities are required to publish a SEN Information Report showing the support available to disabled children and young people and those with SEND and their families/ carers. All Children and Young People are entitled to an education that enables them to make progress so that they:-