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SEND Statement

 

Our ethos underpins all that we do at Meridian Angel Primary School. We strive to provide a happy, stimulating, supportive and safe learning environment in which our children can exceed their expectations irrespective of their needs, ability, race and gender. We aim to develop children’s personal, social and emotional well-being through a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum. We are a fully inclusive school welcoming children and families of all faiths or none and promoting mutual respect for all. 

 

In meeting our responsibilities, we have due regard to the SEND Code of Practice 2014 and the Disability Discrimination Act 2001.

 

We recognise that some children require additional support in their learning at given times in their school lives. Children are considered to have special educational needs if they have a particular need requiring special educational provision that is additional or different to that of their peers.

 

Children with SEN are offered full access to a broad, balanced, challenging and relevant curriculum for the EYFS and National Curriculum and all other areas of school life at levels appropriate to their needs.

 

For full details on our special educational needs (SEN) policy, please refer to the below link

 

       
   

Meridian Angel Information Mornings

 
 

Location: Hall      from 9:00am

All families are invited.

Staff attending: Ms Busby (SENDCo)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Subject

Date

Interventions in school – Talk Boost

Thursday
21st November 2019

Interventions in school –
Precision Teaching & Better reading

Thursday 28th November 2019

CANCELLED. Will be rescheduled 

Date to be confirmed in
the New Year.

Communication Club – How parents can support their child at home

Monday
2nd December 2019

Homework – Curriculum programmes available on the school website. How to support your child

Thursday
12th December 2019

Enfields Local Offer can be accessed via the link below

 

www.enfield.gov.uk/SEND

 

Our offer to children with special educational needs and disabilities was prepared in July 2019

 

It will be reviewed in Annually

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