Special Educational Needs (SENDs)

It is the aim of the school to develop the academic potential of each child, no matter their starting point, and to cater for the social, moral, physical and spiritual requirements of the individual in a happy and secure Christian environment.

The school's Special Educational Needs co-ordinator (SENDCo) is the headteacher, Mrs Broom. In addition to class teachers, Mrs Broom is available to meet with parents of children with SENDs to discuss their child's individual education plan and is responsible for making referrals to educational services, such as speech and language therapists, educational psychologists and the Early Help team for SENDs.

For more details about our offer for children with SENDs please see our policy at the bottom of this page.

Cumbria SEND IAS Service (Cumbria Information, Advice and Support Service) offers up to date information, impartial advice and practical support to parents/carers of children with special educational needs or severe medical conditions (disabilities), which affect the way their child can access education.