SEND and Inclusion
At St Mark’s, we understand that all children are wonderfully unique and have different strengths and needs. We pride ourselves on the inclusive learning environment that we provide at our school, supporting all children to thrive both academically and socially. In order that all children flourish and reach their full potential some may require special educational provision through SEND support. This is simply extra support that our school can put in place to find and meet the individual needs of each child.
Frequently Asked Questions about SEND at St Mark's:
- What is SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities)?
- How do you know or what should I do if I think my child has SEND?
- How will you support a child with identified SEND as they start school?
- How will you support my child at school?
- How will you support my child with transitions?
- How is extra support allocated and how do children move between levels of support?
- What training do the adults have to support my child?
- What professionals do you work with to support children?
- How have you made the school physically accessible?
- How will you support my child emotionally?
- Who can I speak to if I have concerns about my child?
- Do you offer support for parents and carers?
- How does your admissions policy cater for children with additional needs and disabilities?
Please find our most recent SEND Policy using the link below:
If you have any questions, our Inclusion Coordinator - Mrs Anna Saunders - can be contacted through the school office on 01202 512241 or via the firstname.lastname@example.org email address.