SEND and Accessibility

 

SEND

All pupils at Chasetown Community School have inclusive SEND’s where their primary need is social, emotional or mental health .

All pupils have the same rights of access to an education, which offers an equal opportunity for all. Staff and Governors pay due regard to the Disability Discrimination Act (2005), ensuring that all pupils are treated fairly and no disabled pupils are discriminated against. All reasonable adjustments are made to avoid putting disabled pupils at a disadvantage. Teaching staff monitor children’s progress continually and inform parents of any concerns. They will work with parents to handle any problems which arise.

The school has achieved the Dyslexia Friendly Status Stage 1 and is working towards Stage 2.

The ‘Code of Practice’ on the Identification and Assessment of Special Educational Needs provides the framework within which we work with the children.

The Education Authority’s Special Educational Needs and Psychological Support Services may be called upon to assist with any pupil’s special educational need.

 

To view our SEND policy please go to the policy page here

Our Accessibility Access Plan can be found below

Staffordshire Local offer can be found here.

Chasetown Community School Local Offer can be found here.

Chasetown Community School Local Offer Statement can be found here.

Government information for parents/carers with children with SEND can be found here

 

SENCo Report to Governors- Chasetown Community School

SENCo report to governors June 2017 can be found here.

 

SEND Report - Chasetown Community School

Our 2015/16 SEND report can be found here.

 

Accessibility Plan  2016 - 2017- Chasetown Community School

Accessibility Plan  2014 - 2016- Chasetown Community School