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Welcome to our Special Educational Needs Information Report.


Preston Manor School provides an exceptional education within a vibrant community where the expectation is that every individual strives for excellence. For each individual we promote achievement, inclusion, success, strength of character, tolerance and a love for learning. We provide the support, challenge and breadth of experience which ensure our students become resilient, creative and successful adults.

The SEND Information Report is designed to give you information about the ways in which we support all children at Preston Manor School, including those with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and learning difficulties, so that everyone can reach their full potential. Provision may change over time to reflect the changing needs of our students as they develop.

If you would like further information on what Preston Manor has to offer, please do not hesitate to contact us directly.

Our SENCO / Head of Inclusion is Ms Taryn Neale. Her email address is: t.neale@preston-manor.com

SEND Report Introduction

 
  1. What school leaders and governors, including the school’s SENCO, do to make sure that all students feel welcome, included and achieve their potential.

 
  1. How we develop the skills, knowledge and expertise of school staff.

 
  1. The contribution that specialist services and teams make to the progress and well-being of students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

 
  1. How we identify and assess students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, including you in the process.

 

  1. How we review your child’s progress.

 
  1. How we make sure that teaching and support helps your child to learn and make good progress.

 

  1. How we make sure that students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities enjoy a broad and balanced curriculum.

 
  1. How we make sure that our school and classrooms are safe, accessible and stimulating.

 
  1. How we work in partnership with parents and carers.

 
  1. How we listen and respond to students and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

 
  1. How we support students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities joining our school, leaving our school and making transitions.

 
  1. How we support students’ health and general well-being including their safety, attendance and positive behaviour.