Our Special Educational Needs (SEN) Coordinator (SENCO) is Mrs Laura Potter who can be contacted through the school office if you have any concerns.
SEND at home
Resources to help prepare your child to transition back to school:
- Children's book to offer some reassurance around the Coronavirus and to let them know they are not on their own.
- Coming back to school in a bubble - A story for children
Click on the links below to access support for parents and children at home during the Coronavirus pandemic:
- Parent helpline to support parents with children that have any needs and new concerns arising from current pandemic
- Guidance, advice and resources to help you or an autistic person you know during the Coronavirus outbreak.
- Resources for autistic people and families
- https://accesstoeducation.birmingham.gov.uk/parents/ activities, ideas and strategies to help parents of children and young people who have additional learning needs or a learning difficulty.
Please find below support lines for all parents and carer’s across the city, offering telephone consultations during the school shut down period. This service is self-referral by parents and is available for any issue they wish to raise around their children and family situation at this time.
- Educational Psychology Help
- Learning Difficulty Help
- Physical Difficulties Support Service Help
- Sensory Support Help
- Communication and Autism Help
Need someone to talk to? Struggling to cope with feelings? Pause is here for you, if you are under 25 and have a Birmingham GP.
We offer a non-judgemental listening ear, self-help strategies plus skills for managing difficult situations and feelings. We are open 10-6 seven days a week.
Drop us an email on email@example.com or call 0207 8414470 and we will arrange for one of our friendly team to call you back.
For more info check out https://www.forwardthinkingbirmingham.org.uk/
Birmingham’s Local Offer - As a result of the Children’s and Families Act 2014 it is the responsibility of the local authority to develop and publish a Local Offer setting out the support they expect to be available for local children and young people with special educational needs (SEN) or disabilities.
Click Here to View the Birmingham Local Offer