Students with special education needs and disability (SEND) are supported throughout their time at the Academy.
Early discussions with primary schools and parents allows us to prepare fully for year 6 students joining us and put in place the relevant strategies to ensure success. Teachers work collaboratively with our SEND team to put in place in-lesson provision and for smaller intervention approaches we have our new SEND Hub. This provides a place for mentoring, subject support, reading interventions and social integration work to take place. Full details of our local offer, our approaches and useful contacts can be found in our SEND Information Report.
The Suffolk offer can be found here.
Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Contacts and Responsibilities. This document should be viewed in conjunction with our Academy SEND Policy.
Last updated: May 2022
|Role||Designated person||Contact Details|
|SEND Governor||K.O'Connell||k.o'[email protected]|
|Other senior leader with responsibility for SEND||K.Morrow||[email protected]|
|Pastoral support lead||K.Morrow||[email protected]|
|Designated safeguarding lead||K.Morrow||[email protected]|
|Designated teacher for looked after children||L.Dewhurst||[email protected]|
|Alternate Designated safeguarding lead||L.Dewhurst||[email protected]|
|Assistant SENCO||Vacant Post|
|Educational Psychologist||Psychologic and Therapeutic services team||0345 606 6172|
|Local SEND Information & Support Services||The hub for services for our Academy is the Family Services Team|| [email protected]|
|Local Authority SEN Team||The hub for services for our Academy is the Family Services Team|| [email protected]|
|Behaviour Support Team||The Inclusion Service||0345 606 6172|
|Sensory Impairment Service||Senosry and Communication team||cypsensorycomm.suffolk.gov.uk|
|IPSEA||Independent Provider of Special education Advice||https://www.ipsea.org.uk/|
|Council for Disabled Children||Advice & resources for professionals and parents||https://councilfordisabledchildren.org.uk/|