- Parents & Carers
- Engagement and Intervention
- SEND (Oasis)
The SEND code of Practice: 0-25 states that a child has special educational need if they have a learning difficulty which calls for special educational provision to be made for them. The provision needed will be ‘additional to’ or ‘different’ from that made generally. The school will use a graduate approach to meet the needs of students with SEND. Please also see our SEN policy at the bottom of this page.
The School’s aims for SEND
- To ensure the early identification and assessment of all students’ needs, and to recognise that these needs may change over time.
- To make the best possible provision for students with SEND with the limits of the resources available to the school.
- To ensure all students with SEND have full access to a broad and balanced curriculum, and are able to fulfil their potential.
- To ensure all students with SEND are included as fully as possible in the activities of the school.
- To ensure that the views and wishes of students with SEND are heard and taken into account in the planning and reviewing process.
- To work with parents and carers where appropriate, to ensure that young people with SEND participate in and have full access to learning pathways.
- To work with students, parents, carers and education providers to ensure that young people with SEND are ready for and have access to post 16 training education or employment.
If you wish to discuss your SEND requirements with someone at The Bulmershe School, please contact the SEN department:
Miss Childs: SENDCo and Head of Learning Support firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Raoult: SEND Administrator email@example.com
SEND Drop in Meetings are the first Monday of every month during term time. These sessions are an opportunity for parents to drop in and discuss any issues relating to SEND. Please come to main reception between 4 pm- 5 15 pm – there's no need to book an appointment.
The Bulmershe School - SEND Information Report and Policy Document