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Sunnyfields Primary

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Sunnyfields School aims to make every effort to secure provision for any child with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities and to improve their outcomes through high aspirations and expectations for children and young people with SEN and/or disabilities.

All Barnet Local Authority (LA) schools are expected to identify and support pupils with special educational needs and to support them in making the best possible progress. Schools are required to be inclusive, with the needs of pupils with special educational needs and disabilities being met in a mainstream setting wherever possible.

Schools have a duty to publish SEN information on their website that is reviewed annually. The Local Authority is also expected to publish information about services they expect to be available for the children and young people with SEN aged 0-25. This is called the 'Local Offer'. The intention of the Local Offer is to improve choice and information being given to families. It will be an important resource for parents and carers in understanding the range of services and provision in their local area.

Please telephone the school to make an appointment with the SENCO, Mrs Dheraj, if you would like to discuss your child’s needs.

Documents Relating to SEND

 

Click here to see 'The Local Offer' in Barnet.

Click here for 'Disability Equality Scheme and Access Plan 2018-2021' which gives information about how the school is tackling disability discrimination by introducing policies and procedures that actively promote opportunities for disabled stakeholders (parents, children, staff). Long and short term plans to make the school more accessible for disabled children. It also includes a section on the range of SEND provided for currently in our school and how adaptions are made to the curriculum and learning environment.

Click here for Sunnyfields Special Educational Needs Policy and Procedures which gives details on how we identify children with SEN, assess their needs and support their learning and social development. It includes arrangements for consulting parents and children and involving them in their education as well as arrangements for assessing and reviewing children's progress towards outcomes, including transitions to their next schools.