Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Report

All teachers at The Chantry School endeavour to make sure that young people with SEND get the support they need – this means that they do everything they can to meet each young person’s needs through quality first teaching. The school will also ensure that young people with SEND engage in the activities of the school alongside pupils who do not have SEND. Heads of Year and the SENCo will monitor academic progress as well as emotional well-being and participation in the daily life of the school.

The school will inform parents/carers when they are making special educational provision for a pupil and review the provision termly. The passport process provides pupils and parents/carers with the opportunity to attend a bi-annual meeting with the SENCo (or an appropriate member of staff). The purpose of this meeting is to review the provisions in place, look at new strategies and set targets together for the new term. Due to the number of reviews scheduled, unfortunately timings cannot always be rescheduled, however a questionnaire is sent out to collect the views of parents/carers that are unable to attend.

SENCo: Miss R. Robinson

Tel: 01886 889303

E-mail: rrobinson@chantry.worcs.sch.uk

Links to policies:

Chantry School SEN Information Report

SEND Policy

Access to education for children with medical needs

Disability Access Scheme