SEN

Special Educational Needs

The school aims to provide a broad, balanced and differentiated curriculum for all its pupils. Some children have special educational needs which means that provision is made via intervention This may be because of a learning difficulty, a health issue or a disability. The school also acknowledges that children who are exceptionally advanced or talented may also have specific needs.

There have recently been changes made to support children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). Changes have been put into place to provide greater support for children with SEN. (Jan 2015)

One of the main changes is the replacement of statements of special educational needs, these are being replaced with a single Education, Health and care (EHC) plan for children with complex needs. For those with SEN or disabilities who do not need an EHC plan, we are introducing SEN Support. This replaces School Action and School Action Plus.

For futher details of how these changes may affect your child, please click the link below:

Our latest SEN report for 2016 / 2017 can be accessed by clicking the link below:

Local Offer

This document provides details of the school and its accessibility and curriculum provision for pupils with disabilities or special educational needs.

For details of the School’s Local Offer click the link below:

local offer 2016

Accessibility Plan

Please click on the document below for details of our Accessibility Plan.

Further Information

If you require further information, please contact:

  • Broad Oak Primary School SENCO : Mrs A Sutton – Please contact through the school office.
  • SEN Local Officer for Lancashire – Heather Currie
    Tel: 01772 531597

Complaints

If you are a parent of a child with special educational needs and wish to make a complaint, please contact your child’s teacher in the first instance. If the matter cannot be resolved, it will be passed on to the school SENCO and or head teacher, depending on the nature of the complaint. The school governing body will be informed as and when necessary to resolve complex issues.