Special Educational Needs or Disability - SEND

SENCO: Mrs Warren


We are passionate in our belief that every child matters, and use a range of interventions, strategies and support to address identified underlying learning difficulties.

We have a large team of dedicated teaching assistants, many of whom have developed expertise in a variety of support areas such as screening for scotopic sensitivity, dyslexia support etc. Each statemented student is assigned a key worker and many students are supported at school action plus or school action have a key helper. These teaching assistants support and build up relationships with the students. It is these relationships that form the bedrock for success, not only in terms of academic progress, but also in helping each student to develop confidence, independence and self –belief. For more information about our Special Educational Needs Team please click here.

Parents and carers  play a pivotal role, we welcome suggestions and feedback. We seek to work together with parents to help our students maximize the benefits from the support they receive.

Please click here to view our Special Educational Needs department policy and our Special Educational Needs Report regarding our provision of learning support at Lakelands.

Shropshire Council's website provides details of the Local Offer. This information is designed to help families, children, young people and professionals to support those with special educational needs or disabilities to find accurate and appropriate information so that they can make positive decisions about their lives. Please click here to view this website.

If you would like any further information regarding the Special Educational Needs Department and the learning support we provide please click here to contact the SENCo Miss A Warren or the Assistant SENCo Mrs Speake.

 

 

 

 

 

We are very proud of the fact that we are a
"highly inclusive school".

 

 

"The school has established a very good reputation in terms of its work with disabled students and those who have disabilities or special educational needs."
OFSTED report July 2012.