Alexandra Park Junior School’s SEND
Hello and welcome to Alexandra Park Junior School’s SEND zone. Here at Alexandra Park we aim to ensure that EVERY child achieves to their fullest potential.
Miss Varley is our SENCO and leads the Pastoral Team in school. The pastoral team includes Miss Thompson, Mr Clarke, Miss Yasmin and Miss Corry.
Miss Varley liaises with pupils, parents, teachers and external agencies to ensure that our children’s additional needs are met.
For more information regarding SEND at our school please contact Miss Varley on 0161 770 8321 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Special_Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Policy 202223
SEND Information Report 202223
Accessibility Plan 2020 update
Expectations for Learning policy September 22
Behaviour Principles Written Statement
Pupils_with Additional Health Needs Attendance Policy _202223
Supporting_Pupils with Medical Conditions Policy 202223
If a parent has a concern or complaint regarding Special Needs, they are encouraged in the first instance to meet with the SENCo. If this matter is not resolved satisfactorily the Headteacher should be notified.
If the concern is not resolved, parents have the right to ask for an examination of the complaint by the Governing Body.
See Complaints Policy (in the ‘Policies’ section – using the link below) for more information.
On the following sections click on the images or banners to go to the relevant website.
Oldham Local Offer
Government Video – What is the Local Offer?[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gi-sC1IyxR8]
Oldham Council SEND Local Offer
Point of contact – Gerri Barry/Jean Reid: email@example.com
Transition questions for parents Leaflet – Nov 2019 – pdf
SEND local offer A5 leaflet 2018 -pdf
Whole School SEND – Ask-Listen-Do leaflet – pdf
SEND Local Offer NEW Information – March 2019 powerpoint
Family Information Service
The Family Information Service (FIS) provides free, impartial, up-to-date information to support parents / carers with children and young people aged 0-20 years and prospective parents.
We provide information on a wide range of services such as:
- Local and national services
- Local events and activities
- Financial support
- Health issues
- Free Early Education for 2 year olds
- Free Early Education for 3 and 4 year olds
- Employment (Get Oldham Working)
Parents of Oldham in Touch (POINT)
POINT aspire to an inclusive community and society without compromise, where all children and young people with additional needs and/or disabilities are treated equally and fairly.
Oldham SEND Information Advice Support Service
Oldham SEND IAS Service exists to help parents and carers of children who have, or may have, special educational needs and/or disabilities; and children and young people themselves, in matters relating to their Education, Health or Social Care provision.
SEND Workshops & Training Service
Find a couple of documents regarding Dyslexia
SEND Links to other useful resources www.sendgateway.org.uk/resources