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Peterhouse

Church of England Primary Academy

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SEND - Local Offer

SEND (Special Educational Needs and disabilities)

 

“The Peterhouse curriculum has been designed to offer chances, widen horizons and break down   barriers to learning. A curriculum that by design makes the Academy a place where all can flourish, regardless of background or ability.”

 

At Peterhouse Primary, we understand that inclusion needs to be threaded through everything we do. We have high expectations for every child at Peterhouse but understand that support, adjustments and intervention are at the heart of inclusive practice and raising progress for our pupils with SEND. We know that making connections and communicating with parents/carers, health professionals, external agencies and the Local Authority helps us to find the most appropriate and effective support for pupils within our care.

The following documents will give you more information in relation to SEND and how school and home can support children. If you have any concerns or wish to discuss SEND at our school, please do not hesitate to contact the school SENDco (Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Coordinator) via the office:

Miss Rush

01493 661046

office@peterhouse.norfolk.sch.uk

SEND information

SEND provision

 

At Peterhouse, differentiation means:

 

  • making adjustments and providing support to ensure all children are able to access learning and achieve objectives
  • understanding that children need to be given opportunities to be able to demonstrate their learning through a variety of outcomes
  • recognising that an inclusive learning environment should benefit all learners, but is a must for those who need it most

For more information on how we cater for SEND throughout our curriculum and across specific subjects, please see our curriculum pages and attached policies.

Useful websites for parents/carers

Just One Number on 0300 300 0123

Text: Parentline on 07520 631590

Autistic Spectrum Disorder

Speech, Language and Communication

Behaviour that challenges

Mental Health and wellbeing

Dyslexia

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