Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
Special Educational Needs
All children and young people are entitled to an education that enables them to:
- achieve their best;
- become confident individuals living fulfilling lives; and
- make a successful transition into adulthood, whether into employment, further or higher education or training.
Maintained mainstream schools must:
- Use their best endeavours to ensure that the necessary provision is made for any individual who has SEN;
- Co-operate generally with their local authority in developing the local offer.
- Designate an appropriate member of staff (the SEN co-ordinator, or SENCO) as having responsibility for co-ordinating provision for children with SEN.
The SENCO at Irlam Endowed is Mrs Sharrock, who is contactable via the school email address – email@example.com
- Ensure that children with SEN take part in the activities of the school together with children who do not have SEN as far as possible;
- Publish information on the school SEN policy, and the measures and facilities put in place to assist access for disabled children.
Link to school SEN policy & Inclusion policy:
Please note, there is a new Code of Practice for SEND which became statutory from September 2014. This document details the required information which must be available to parents.
Irlam Endowed has produced and published two statutory documents linked to Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. Please find the link to the two documents below, which are the school’s Local Offer of SEND and our SEND information report. If you require any further information on either document, please contact the school.
Please click on the following link to view the school’s Accessibility Plan and actions.
Here is a link to Salford's Local Offer.