SEND


We are an inclusive school that has success with pupils where other school have failed.  In accordance with the Local Authorities admission arrangements children with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities living in the school s catchment area will be giving priority when places are allocated.  We have a SENCO, an Inclusion Manager and an Officer with responsibility for vulnerable children.  This investment demonstrates the priority we give to ensuring our SEND pupils are not treated less favourably than other pupils.  We treat all our pupils as individuals and we ensure if required we make adaptations to our access arrangements, provision and timetables to accommodate the needs of all children, but especially children with particular needs. Through our school council, dialogue with parents and questionnaires to stakeholders we consult to eliminate discrimination and promote equality.

Admissions Guidelines

Please apply online through School Admissions at school admissions here and tick the box which indicates whether your child has a statement of Special Educational Needs or an Education, Health and Care Plan.

If your child attends a mainstream setting and you are requesting a place in a special school or specialist provision, then you must also indicate a mainstream choice as well.

Handling Complaints

In the first instance, please contact the SENCo to outline your complaint.

If you feel that your complaint has not been resolved satisfactorily, you will be signposted to contact SENDIASS Worcestershire (parent support agency) 

SENDIASS Worcestershire aims to represent the needs, views and opinions of parents or carers and children and young people to ensure their voice is heard.

Important Documents

If at any time you have any queries about this please contact the SEN Helpline on 01905 845579.

LOCAL OFFER LETTER FROM DFE SEND POLICY GRADUATED RESPONSE EQUALITY DUTY