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Monega SEN Info Report

 

Monega Primary School

SEN Provision

 

 

The new code of practice 0-25 years (September 2014) has made it mandatory for all schools to publish a Special Educational Needs (SEN) Information Report which details information about their arrangements for identifying, assessing and making provision for pupils with SEN as well as the arrangements for admission of disabled pupils. The expectation is that Special Educational Needs and Disabilities of all pupils are to be met in a mainstream setting wherever possible.

 

This information is to ensure that parents and other stakeholders have access to useful information when considering mainstream education options or before discussing a referral for EHC needs assessment. (Education and Health care plan)

Monega’s SEN Information Report details the arrangements we make for pupils with SEN and/or disability. In doing this, it has addressed fully the key points in the checklist of the SEN code of practice 2014 0-25 act. This report makes reference to our local offer and SEN policy. It is to be read in conjunction with related documents such as admission and curriculum policies, SEND policy. This is our first SEN Information report and it will be renewed annually in accordance to the new act directives.

 

Newham’s Local offer can be found at:

http://www.newham.gov.uk/Pages/Services/What-is-the-local-offer.aspx

 

The school has an SEN policy which can be accessed on the school website. The School SENCO is Mr Majid Hafeez who can be contacted on 020 8472 0533 or through the school office.

 

Provision at Monega Primary School: Our graduated approach

 

ALL pupils will have access to:                                               

o High quality teaching

o A differentiated and engaging curriculum

o Reasonable adjustments to the environment and

equipment for pupils with disabilities

o Assessment for learning

o Personalised target setting

o After school clubs and educational visits

 

Some pupils with additional SEN needs will have access to:

o targeted interventions and support matched to need

o Individualised target setting

o Personalised progress tracking and assessment of need

o Specialist external advice

o Access to additional adult support for specific tasks

 

A few pupils with complex or significant needs will have access to:

o A personalised programme of work

o Access to evidence based specialist interventions

o Access to specialist outer agencies and therapists

o Access to Sensory room and SEN Bay

o High levels of adult support and small group working

 

Please click on the links below where the following questions are addressed.

 

If there is a question you don’t feel is answered then please arrange to speak to our SENCO at the school office.

 

 

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