SEND & Inclusion
Welcome to our SEND and Inclusion page. Our SENCo, Mrs Sophie Dickson, is available in school via email email@example.com
Ashwicken C of E Primary School aims to promote equal access to learning by catering for and integrating pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN) into the academic and social life of the school.
We recognise that children have different educational, communication, emotional and social needs and we work together to enable pupils to maximise their attainment and progress. Children may have SEN either throughout or at any time during their school career.
The SEN Information Report ensures that curriculum planning and assessment for children with SEN takes account of the type and extent of the difficulty experienced by the child.
Every teacher here at Ashwicken is a teacher of every child in their class, including those with SEN. Quality First Teaching is central to the school’s provision.
Please read our SEN Information Report and Policy to find out how we support learners through high quality teaching and SEN support:
- 1 SEN Information Report Policy 2023-24
- SEN Information Report 2021-22
- SEN Information Report 2022-23
- SEND leaflet for parents 2021
We use the Provision Expected at SEN Support documents to ensure we are providing the best learning support in every lesson across the school:
- Autistic Spectrum Disorder
- Cognition and Learning
- Hearing Impairment
- Physical Disability
- Social Emotional and Mental Health
- Speech Language and Communication Needs
- Visual Impairment
The INDES document is used to identify needs and request support from the Inclusion and SEND Team.
Just One Number 0300 300 0123
Just One Number is our single point of access for Norfolk & Waveney Children & Young People's Health Services. Families, professionals and young people can get in touch with Just One Number by calling 0300 300 0123.
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Parentline 07520 631590
Parentline is the Just One Number text service for parents and carers to get in touch about any parenting questions or concerns.
If you need advice about your child or young person’s health or wellbeing, simply send a text and one of our team will text you back.
You can text at anytime on 07520 631590. A health professional from the 0-19 team will reply during our opening times. You can have the whole conversation by text if that works best for you, or the practitioner can call you.