Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in Maidenbower Junior School
Contact Stephen Turnbull on: firstname.lastname@example.org for any SEN enquries.
At Maidenbower Junior School we aim to provide the following:-
Aims & Objectives
- To provide all children and young people with an education that is appropriate to their age, aptitude and ability
- To provide guidance for families regarding their child’s education
- To regularly involve children and young people and parent carers in an open and transparent planning process, working in co-production to support outcomes
- To help parent carers and children and young people to understand where and when practical help and support can be provided, including signposting to the SEND Information, Advice and Support Service (SEND IAS)
- To build confidence in joint plans, focusing on outcomes that are personalised for individual children
- Families are entitled to know what they can expect to happen at each stage of their child’s education journey; how parent carers and children and young people will be involved and what schools will do
- Everyone will work together to support pupil progress, and to enhance individual learning pathways
- Everyone is committed to open and honest communications; to consulting each other and to provide feedback as needed
- Parent carers are entitled to have ongoing involvement throughout their child’s education; to be involved in termly discussions, plans and decisions made, particularly during transition
- Everyone will ensure that the child or young person’s needs remain paramount, taking into account relevant law and guidance e.g. the Children and Families Act (part 3) and the SEND Code of Practice 2015
This document details how the NE Crawley locaility of schools, of which we are part of, can provide for children who are supported for Special Needs and Disabilities.
It shows the provision for both the locality and the details for provision in our school.
Please click on the link above.
Maidenbower Junior School is a mainstream primary school which in addition has a Special Support Centre (SSC) for pupils with Autism.
What we do:
We specifically support children with an Educational Health Care Plan where the main diagnosis is Autism.
We are a dedicated team, with a range of specialised training and expertise, who provide a supportive, nurturing and happy environment within the Specialist support centre.
Individual programmes of work are devised by the SSC staff, with reference to additional advice from other professionals, in order to address the targets on each pupil’s Educational Health Care Plan. We liaise closely with parents, to ensure the needs of every child are met.