Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
Our school’s SENDCO is Miss E Walsh.
If you wish to contact Miss E Walsh please email TheGlebe@sbcschools.org.uk
Our acting SEND Governor is Gill Broome. She comes into school every term to be updated on the school’s SEND provision.
We are very proud of the way we work in partnership with the parents of our SEND children.
At The Glebe Primary School, we are committed to providing the best possible education for all of our children. Those children with special educational needs are closely monitored by Miss Walsh and their class teachers.
We will endeavour to improve provision for disabled pupils and staff by developing the physical environment of the school, within the limits of the resources available. Where necessary, we will try to improve the following; access to the school, by providing disabled parking, ramps, handrails, movement around the building, e.g. by adaptations, such as improved colour schemes, for people with impaired sight, accommodation within the building, by providing toilets for disabled pupils, information and communication technology, by selecting appropriate hardware and software signage, by putting it in clear print.
The school and our governor’s work with a wide range of external agencies such as Speech and Language, Educational Psychology Service, CAMHs and Occupational Therapy to ensure the children get the support they require and we provide additional adult support and resources when needed.
Intervention work is provided to overcome barriers and to bridge gaps in learning. This may be working in small groups with Teaching Assistants or on a one to one basis with outside agencies.
Members of staff are trained to support children with a wide range of learning, medical, behavioural and emotional needs.
We are committed to working closely with parents and believe that the school and parents must work together in partnership, each carrying out their own particular responsibilities to help pupils gain the most from their time in school. However, the school is obliged to have procedures in place in case there are complaints by parents or legal guardians. Our complaints policy can be found here.
Please see the links below for our SEND policy and the current Department of Education SEND Code of Practice:
‘Pupils with special educational needs and disability make good progress due to well-planned and targeted support which meets their needs.’
The Glebe Primary School – Ofsted 2016
Click the logo below for The Glebe Primary School’s Special Educational Needs and Disabilities information report:
Click on the logo below for Stockton’s Local Authority SEND offer: