SEND Provision at Haveley Hey
All children at Haveley Hey receive quality first teaching. This means that a range of teaching and learning styles are used and that appropriate learning objectives are set for every child within a curriculum matched to their need. Progress and attainment of all pupils is reviewed termly at which time provision may be adjusted to meet identified needs. If a child is experiencing barriers which make it difficult to learn or engage with daily life then they are placed on our SEND register and school and home will work together to plan the most appropriate kinds of provision to meet their needs.
The SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability ) Code of Practice 2014 provides guidance to schools and parents about meeting the needs of pupils.
You can access the Code of Practice following the link below:
People who may support children with Additional Needs
Co-ordinates all SEND provision across school. Our SENDCo is Rebecca Mitchell and her email address is email@example.com
Rebecca is currently on maternity leave. Please contact Claire Buxton in her absence firstname.lastname@example.org
They will always make sure that appropriate work is given to your child to meet their needs and ability
Work with children and young people who need extra support, or require an advanced programme of learning in order to reach their full educational potential.
They support your children in class and also offer additional support through Maths, Literacy, Phonics, life skills support.
Offer counselling and emotional help as well as bereavement support.
Will come into school to carry out assessments for children who have additional needs.
Speech and Language Therapist
Works regularly in school and can tell you if your child needs additional assessment or support.
We work with agencies who specialise in supporting children with additional needs and they can provide us with help and resources.
Haveley Hey's SEND information report 22-23 - please see the link at the bottom of the page!
If your child's needs are complex or severe we may ask the Local Authority for a Statutory Assessment. This will be in the form of a document that explains your child's needs and the help they will be able to access. If your child needs extra help because they have been assessed, they will receive an Educational Health Plan. If they receive an Educational Health Plan, the Local Authority will provide additional funding which will be used to support your child.
You can also follow this link to view the Local Authority Offer.
If you would like to share any concerns with us or would like to know what provision is in place at school for your child then you can speak to your child's class teacher.
If you still have concerns come and speak to our SENDCO, Miss Mitchell, who will be happy to help you. Her email address is email@example.com. Miss Mitchell is currently on maternity leave. Please contact Mrs Buxton in her absence at firstname.lastname@example.org
Support for Parents
Communication and Interaction Links:
Social, Emotional and Mental Health Links:
Cognition and Learning Links:
Physical and Sensory Links: