SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability)
Special educational needs and disabilities at St Bartholomews C of E Primary School
We are proud to be an inclusive school at St Bartholomews C of E Primary School. Through our comprehensive approach to SEND, we strive to provide a secure, caring and happy environment in which all of our pupils can experience success and enjoyment.
Our dedication to meet all children's individual needs helps us to maximise every child's inclusion in all aspects of school life. We believe in equal opportunities for all, where everyone is treated with respect, dignity and is equally valued. We value and honour the views of our pupils and their families and provide opportunities for them to influence change and to be fully involved in the decision-making process.
Our SEND Co-ordinators, Kath Brown and Jane Wainwright work together with our class teachers to provide support across our school. Jane Wainwright is also supported by the year group leaders and other experienced staff who work closely with some of our children.
Below is more detail about how we provide for children with special educational needs. Please take some time to read through this and if you have any further queries, please contact our SENCo on 0113 2639292 or via email on email@example.com for general enquiries. For specific enquiries or concerns about your child, please contact your class teacher in the first instance, either in person, via the school telephone number, or by email.
SEND Useful Websites
|Leeds Local Offer|
|Information from the local authority on what is offered to support SEND.|
|Leeds Mind Mate|
|MindMate help you explore emotional wellbeing and mental health issues and offers information for parents, carers, young people and professionals|
|The government's guide on what to expect if your child has SEND.|
|Leeds NHS CAMS|
|CAMHS information for parents, carers, young people and professionals.|
|Information and advice, for parents/carers, children, and young people with Special Educational Needs.|
|Free, independent and impartial information and support on the issues that matter to disabled people and their families.|