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SEND Information Report

Charlotte Nursery and Infant School is a mainstream, fully inclusive school where all classes are of mixed ability and teachers provide work that is suitably matched for all.  This is partly achieved though the effective use of a wide range of staff, resources and materials.

From time to time some children will require additional support for a period of a few weeks, months or even longer to meet their individual needs. These children may have additional support through targeted intervention work, in a small group or 1-1. If a child’s needs persist, then the child may be identified as having Special Educational needs or Disabilities (SEND) this will be discussed with parents / carers, the child (as much as is appropriate) and the class teacher. Following on from this discussion and with consideration of the child’s individual needs, the child may be placed on the SEN register.

Our schools definition of SEN is ‘Any child who receives any support which is additional to and different from everyday practice and / or receives support from outside agencies’

This SEN Information Report describes the provision that we offer and the support available at Charlotte Nursery and Infant School.

Please click on the PDF files below each picture to find the answers to various frequently asked questions.

SEN Code of Practice

The SEND Code of Practice describes the principles that should be observed by all professionals working with young people and children who have Special Educational Needs or Disabilities (SEND):

  • Taking into account the views of children and parents.
  • Enabling children and their parents to participate in decision making.
  • Collaborating with other professionals in education, health and social care.
  • Identifying the needs of children.
  • Making high quality provision to meet the needs of the children.
  • Removing barriers to learning.

What kinds of SEND do we make provision for?

How accessibile is Charlotte for children with SEND?

How does the school know if a child has SEND?

How do Charlotte School support children with social, emotional and mental health difficulties (SEMH)?

How are children with SEND supported?

What Process does Charlotte follow once a child has been identified as having SEND?

How will I know if my child is receiving SEN support?