SEND at Queniborough Primary School
What are Special Educational Needs?
Special Educational Needs, or SEN, is a term that is used to describe pupils who have needs over and above those that can be met by good quality classroom teaching. These needs may be within speech and language; cognition and learning; social and communication difficulties; or emotional and behavioural difficulties. They may be for a short period or throughout a child’s educational life. They may be identified before a child has even entered school or they may come to be recognised at a specific point in their education.
At Queniborough School we work together with children and their parents to enable that individual needs are met. This may be in the classroom, small groups or individually. We also use the experience of other professionals available to the school to help those children with very specific needs.
Every child and their development is of huge importance to the staff at Queniborough.
If you have any questions about SEN and your child, don't hesitate to come into school and have a chat with a member of staff or myself
If you can't get into school but have a question please email on firstname.lastname@example.org
School SEND Information Report which supports the SEND Code of Practice 2014
If you have any thoughts or comments about our report please come into school and let us know.
School SEND Policy which supports the new SEND Code of Practice 2014
Our school provision is part of Leicestershire's SEND provision.
Click here to see the Leicestershire Local Offer. http://www.leics.gov.uk/local_offer
If your children are doing Nessy at school then they can use to at school
Please ask their class teacher for more information.
New Targets and One Page Profiles have been sent home. Please share these with your children and return the one page profile sheets with any information that you would like adding.
The next dates targets will be reviewed is January 2018. If you have any questions in-between now and then please come into school, phone or send an email.
This document was produced by the Government about the changes made to SEN in 2014.