SEN School Information
At Auckley school we acknowledge that all children have different needs and not everyone learns at the same pace or in the same way. If your child is not making the progress that might be expected or an additional need is identified, the class teacher or Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) will speak to you, parents or carers, about our concerns.
Throughout the year we closely monitor your child's progress and if we have concerns about progress we will discuss this with you. We will then monitor your child closely and if deemed necessary they will be placed on the special educational needs (SEN) register.
As part of this process we may carry out additional assessments to understand your child’s needs and set and review individual targets every term. These targets may be relating to their cognition and learning, communication and interaction, their personal, social and or mental health or any identified sensory or physical needs. We will work with you to write a plan to support your child.
In some cases we may feel a need to seek further advice from outside agencies such as the educational psychology team, specialist teaching team or speech and language therapy services - your permission will be obtained for the involvement of any outside agencies.
If you believe your child may have additional needs you can contact Mrs Lewis or your child's class teacher to discuss this with them. The flowchart below demonstrates the steps we will undertake when identifying SEN needs.
Below is our school's SEN information report for this academic year. This details how we support children with SEN needs here at Auckley School.
Information and support for parents
Below is a range of information produced by the local authority detailing services to support families.