Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
Please click right to access the SEND Report information SEND Report 2019
For a list of helpful websites and links please click SEND Useful Links
For useful tips on helping your child to read, please click Top 10 Reading Tips
For useful tips on helping your child to spell, please click Top 10 Spelling Tips
Please click here to access our Accessibility Plan.
Please click here to access the Parent Plan Do Review.
External Courses and Talks
SENDIASS - Annual Review Webinar
The webinar was co-produced with parents and will explore:
> The purpose of an annual review and an EHC Plan
> What the process involves and how you and your child can be involved
> The different kinds of review
> What decisions can be made at the end.
Tuesday 28th January, 6.00pm to 7.00pm (available on demand for anyone registering)
Telephone: 01473 265210
'EHC Plan' workshops for parents and carers
Does your child have an EHC plan or is an EHC needs assessment underway?
This was co-produced with parents and explores the purpose of an Education, Health and Care Plan and what key sections mean, how parents and young people can be involved and who has responsibility for what.
Special Educational Needs (SEN) Support in schools and other settings
Explains the cycle of SEN support, support for pupils with medical conditions and disabilities and how parents and young people can be involved. We also explore exclusions, the threshold for an EHC needs assessment and approaches which foster positive partnership working.
For more information, please go to https://www.suffolksendiass.co.uk/news-and-events
If your child has been diagnosed by an optometrist with any of the following perceptual processing disorders: Meares-Irlens Syndrome (MIS), Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome or Visual Stress, please let the school know by emailing email@example.com with details and supporting evidence so we can provide support and ensure that our records are up-to-date.
Need inspiration on what books to read? You can use the ‘Book Trust Bookfinder’ to look for books to suit your tastes and interests, browse our archive of interviews with authors or just see what's out this month that should be catching your eye in the bookshop or the library. Go to www.booktrust.org.uk
Keep a list of all the books you have read in your Reading Record
The resources below can be used by your child to support their homework tasks. These activity sheets can either be printed for use at home or students can learn the techniques described on them and then use these methods in their school books/notepads.
If you are worried about your child’s spelling we have created a spelling programme (and associated word lists) for you to follow with them. These can be accessed by clicking on the links below:
Generic Word Lists Subject Specific Word Lists
We also have an online spelling programme which can be accessed at home by visiting www.spellzone.com. If you would like the username and password for this resource, please contact the school office, giving your child’s full name and tutor group and they will provide you with this information.