Wellbeing Support Guide
Below is a document created by NHS Worcestershire, which gives information on services parents can access. As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, some of the services are working in different ways to support children, young people and their family or carers, and this information is collated below.
National Autistic Society Helpline: Call 0808 800 4104, 10am-3pm, Monday to Friday
(excluding bank holidays).
SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS AND DISABILITIES (SEND)
Our school promotes inclusion and ensures that children with special educational needs, disability or medical conditions are not discriminated against in any way.
We follow the definitions outlined in the Sen and Disability 0-25 years Code of practice (2014) when deciding whether a child has a Special Educational Need. For more information on this please refer to our School Information Report.
Our school has an Accessibility Plan aimed to ensure that:
· All pupils have equal access to and participation in the school curriculum.
· Accessibility for disabled pupils/parents/visitors is enhanced.
· All pupils/parents have access to information.
In their planning teachers account for the needs of each child, and where extra provision is required the teacher and the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Leader assess the child’s needs carefully and develop a map of provision which matches teaching strategies, resources and/or extra adult support to the child’s individual learning requirement. At Stoke Prior First School, parents are actively involved in supporting their children’s learning.
For those pupils who need it, additional support and advice is given by outside agencies, with whom we work closely with.
For more information on SEND please see documents below.
If you feel you would like further advice or support then please access the Special Educational Needs and Disability Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) link below. This is an excellent site that offers a range of information, resources and support for a wide range of special educational needs and disabilities.
There is also more support on the Independent Parental Special Education Advice website, which is a charity offering advice to parents. Follow the IPSEA link below.
Click here for more information.