Special Educational Needs

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The Inclusion Leader  (SENCO) is responsible for managing the Special Educational Provision across the school. The school operates a vast range of support and intervention for pupils in each year group. Mrs R Butcher is our Inclusion Leader.

Children with complex needs may have an EHC plan. The EHC plan will place an emphasis on personal outcomes and will describe the support your child will receive while they are in education or training. Children with an EHC plan will have a personalised plan within school which will be reviewed three times a year.

Support for those without EHC plans

For those with SEN or disabilities who do not need an EHC plan,school support will be in place.  Schools and Nurseries must work with the child’s parents or carers when agreeing what support they will provide and what this support will achieve, drawing in additional resources as needed, setting clear targets for progress, and tracking how it is working. Children on the SEND register without an EHC plan will have targets set using our record of outcome template which will be reviewed three times a year.

Below is a copy of our SEND policy and SEN Information Report.

Click here to access a new website that has been developed to provide advice and support to parents of children with SEND.

If you would like to contact our Inclusion Leader, Mrs Butcher please email: Inclusions@LangleyParkPrimaryAcademy.Org.uk or phone: 01622 250880 (Main Academy Office)

The IASK (Information Advice and Support Kent) website contains many useful parent advice leaflets for different areas of SEND.

We use Makaton to support spoken English at Langley Park Primary Academy. Please see our key vocabulary.