Our SEN Information Report – which is part of Durham County Council’s Local Offer – provides details about how we support children and young people with Special Educational Needs in our school. Our SEN Information Report will provide details about how we implement our policy and practice to deliver high quality SEN provision for children and young people with SEN.
The SEN Information Report was reviewed and updated in October 2021.
St. Margaret’s CE Primary School values the contribution that every child can make and welcomes the diversity of culture, religion and intellectual style. We are committed to offering an inclusive curriculum to ensure the best possible progress for all of our pupils whatever their needs and abilities. The school seeks to raise achievement, remove barriers to learning and increase physical and curricular access to all. All children with SEND and vulnerable groups are valued, respected and equal members of the school.
As such, provision for pupils with SEND is a matter for the school as a whole.
“All teachers are teachers of pupils with SEND”.
This SEND Information Report should be read alongside the school’s SEND Policy, the Equalities Information and Objectives and the Accessibility Plan.
- Mrs Helen Tait is the Head Teacher and can be contacted on 0191 3847331 or by emailing: email@example.com
- Mrs Nikki Durie is our designated Special Educational Needs Coordinator and can be contacted on 0191 3847331 or by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mr Michael Ross is our designated SEND Governor and can be contacted on 0191 3847331 or by emailing: email@example.com
St Margaret’s Primary school has an admissions limit of 30 pupils per class from Reception to Year 6. Durham County Council is the admission authority for St Margaret’s and details of criteria used for admissions can be found on the Durham County Council Admissions section.
If you would like to discuss your child’s SEN in more detail please contact the school to arrange an appointment.
All our policies ensure that all children are treated equitably, including our anti-bullying policy. Discrimination of any kind is dealt with seriously and reported to the Local Authority. To view our school policies regarding Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Inclusion and Anti-bullying, please visit the school policies section of our school website.
The full range of local support available for children/ young people with SEND and their families within and outside of school can be found in the County Durham Local Offer