At St Michael’s Primary School, Lyme Regis, we place support for children with special educational needs high on our priorities and ensure that very well qualified and experienced staff support these children to ensure that they make the best progress possible.
We take pride in supporting children with a wide range of needs well. About one in five children have special educational needs at different levels at some time in their school life. We identify your child’s needs as early as possible.
Our school has policies for Inclusion, Special Educational Needs and Single Equality. We also review our Accessibility Plan each year.
These clearly state our school’s commitment to offer an inclusive learning experience for everyone. We ensure the best possible progress for all our children whatever their abilities or needs.
If a pupil has a learning difficulty or disability that requires any special educational provision, they will be placed on the SEN Code of Practice Register according to their needs.
The type of special educational provision a child may receive will vary according to their needs. This is discussed with parents every step of the way.
We work closely with outside agencies to include every child with any special need or disability within our school. To provide additional support or a special programme of learning, it may be necessary to refer your child to one or more of these agencies.
For Further information please click on the following links:
Dorset’s Local Offer – www.dorsetforyou.gov.uk/local-offer
Family Information Service – www.dorsetforyou.gov.uk/fis/search
Dorset SEND Newsletter - dorsetforyou.gov.uk/SENDnews
St. Michael's CE VA Primary School SEN co-ordinator (SENCO) is Mr Nick Kiddle. To be contacted via telephone 01297 442623, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, or in person via the school office.