New SEN and Disability Local Offer
Lancot Challenger Academy Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND)
Information Report 2018/19
Lancot Challenger Academy is a highly participative, aspirational and caring community where pupils can give and receive respect and enjoy a sense of wellbeing, belonging, worth and achievement.
Lancot Challenger Academy is an inclusive school and has a specialist SEMH department supporting children to reach their full potential. Specialist teaching across the school ensures that individual needs are identified early and children receive the support and differentiation they need.
We comply with the Government’s Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice. The Code of Practice outlines the key ways pupils should be supported in class, along with expected equality duties shown in the School’s Disability Equality Policy and our access arrangements in the school’s Accessibility Plan.
At Lancot Challenger Academy all pupils, regardless of their particular needs, are offered inclusive teaching which will enable them to make the best possible progress in school and feel that they are a valued member of the wider school community. The school looks carefully at each individual child’s needs when deciding how best to support them. All interventions and approaches included in this document have been shown to have a positive impact on pupils’ learning.
|Information and Guidance Who should I contact to discuss the concerns or needs of my child?|
|Class teacher||● Adapting and refining the curriculum to respond to strengths and needs of all pupils. Checking on the progress of your child, identifying, planning and delivery of any additional support.
● Contributing to devising personalised learning plans to prioritise and focus on the next steps required for your child to improve learning.
● Applying the school’s SEND policy.
If you have concerns about your child, you should speak to your child’s class teacher first. You may then be directed to the SENDCo.
Mrs Cordula Jones
|● Coordinating provision for children with SEND and developing and following the school’s SEND policy
● Liaising with a range of agencies outside of school who can offer advice and support to help pupils overcome any difficulties
● Providing specialist advice and facilitating training to ensure that all staff are skilled and confident about meeting a range of needs.
● Ensuring that parents are:
– Involved in supporting their child’s learning and access;
– Kept informed about the range and level of support offered to their child;
– Included in reviewing how their child is doing;
– Consulted about planning successful movement (transition) to a new class or school.
Miss Claire Probert
|● The day to day management of all aspects of the school, including the provision made for pupils with SEND.|
Mrs Lindsey Johnson
|● Supporting the school to evaluate and develop quality and impact of provision for pupils with SEND across the school.|