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Information for time of School Closure

 

 

From Mrs Hewerdine

 

If you need any help or support regarding SEND during the time when the school is closed please email me: c.hewerdine@padiham.lancs.sch.uk.  I'll do my best to respond as soon as I can. 

 

From our specialist teacher:

 

Home learning ideas for pupils with Special Educational Needs from the Specialist Teacher Service

 

Click on the weekly newsletter for guidance/ideas about how to help your child at home

Some social stories:

From Aspire Behaviour Management

 

Information on helping children with their emotions and behaviour

From the Authority:

 

Check out the Local Offer Facebook site for ideas for learning at home, latest on SEND provision and support available in the area. 

From the School Nurse service

 

The duty line is still open for any parents who need support from the School Nurse service.

It's open 9am to 5pm and the number is: 0300 247 0040 option 3

Usual information documents

Special Education Needs and Disabilities

 

At Padiham Primary School we welcome children with various special educational needs and disabilities. We aim to include all pupils in all aspects of school life. 

 

Any parent having a concern about their child and SEN, should in the first instance talk to the class teacher. They may also wish to speak the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator, Mrs Hewerdine. There is also an SEN governor, Mrs Pate. 

 

Our Local Offer for SEN, Lancashire's Local Offer and our SEN Information Report can be viewed above.

 

We are committed to supporting children with SEND and their families in the community. The latest FIND (Family Information Network Directory) newsletter can also be accessed above.

Able, Gifted and Talented Education

 

Some children excel in particular areas, learn faster than others or have high potential but are underachieving. These children are referred to as ‘able, gifted and talented'.

 

If we think your child is able, gifted or talented we will look at evidence including test results, quality of work, teacher assessment and out of school activities.

 

We maintain a register of our able, gifted and talented children. It is usual for children to move on and off the school's register over time as they develop at different rates to their peers.

 

We encourage all children to reach their highest potential. We provide greater challenge and breadth in lessons and opportunities for able, gifted and talented pupils to demonstrate and develop their abilities.

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