As a school we aim to enable pupils with Special Educational Needs to participate in the life and work of the school to the best of their ability, whatever their needs, by working together towards the removal of barriers and improving provision in line with our equal opportunities policy.
The school provides support for the special needs of children with or without statements and recognises that these needs can be identified as learning, physical, emotional or behavioural. Special Needs provision is additional, or otherwise different, to what would generally be provided for children of a similar age. We consider a working partnership with parents to be an essential and integral element throughout SEN provision.
Where possible the suitability of placement at Greenhill School for any child with Special Educational need will be determined by working with parents, LA officers and support agencies.
To meet the new SEND Regulations 2014 the Governors have collated a report containing SEN information about our school and provided a link to the Local Offer.
SEN Information Report
The Local Authority has an Independent Advisory Support Service (IASS) with the role of:
- supporting parents, carers, young people and children
- providing a range of information, advice and support
- and have an independent, legally trained SEND Team
The IASS Team can be reached via www.iassbury.co.uk or 0161 705 4366
Other useful SEND links include:
- NatSIP – the National Sensory Impairment Partnership.
- The Dyslexia-SpLD Trust
- The Communication Trust – a trust of over 50 organisations supporting children with speech, language and communication
- Autism Education Trust
- Bury Parents Forum – Bury Parent’s Forum offers cutting edge information & training, enabling families to plan for what they want. Good Person Centred Plans result in people getting full real lives. The team can facilitate PATH’s and Support Plans.