Finding your child requires extra support can be very worrying. The school is here to both support your child and work with you and your child so that your child can make the best progress they are capable of. We aim to include both your child and you in decision making and target setting. We hope this is done in a format that enables your child to succeed and build self esteem as well as keeping you informed about your childs progress thus far and their next steps. If you feel this is not the case please do approach your child’s class teacher, the SENCo or the Head teacher who will be happy to work in partnership to this end.
We can also inform and signpost you to other help that may be available. These support pages detail some useful organisations and groups both on a local and national level.
Please do feel free to approach the Headteacher, the SENCo or your child’s class teacher if you would like some information, advice or wish to share or discuss any information.
NEW ARRANGEMENTS FOR SUPPORTING CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS AND DISABILITIES.
Edward Timpson, Minister for Children and Families, has written an open letter to parents regarding new arrangements for the support of children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. Whitchurch Primary School are following the initiatives and arrangements in this letter. Read it here.
If you are looking after a child who is not yours for a period of 28 days or more (even if there are breaks in this period) please read the important advice below.
At Whitchurch Primary School we are constantly striving to make our school even better. By completing this survey you can aid us in this. We will use the information to continue with the good practise within the school, and working on areas you feel need improving.
Below are our responses to our ParentView findings, which are taken from newsletters 6-19, 2014-2015