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SEND Local Offer

It is our aim to enable all pupils at Woolston Infant School (including those with special educational needs) to:

  • achieve their best
  • become confident individuals and live fulfilling lives
  • make successful transitions into our school, within our school and onto their next educational setting.

Woolston Infant School is a mainstream setting that educates 180 children from the age of 4 to 7. We welcome children of all abilities and needs. Admission of children with Education and Health Care (EHC) plans is supported by the Local Authority in consultation with the school, parents and carers. We firmly believe in inclusion and that all children should be given every opportunity to thrive in our mainstream setting. Physical and sensory difficulties and medical needs, including visual and hearing impairment

Our Special Needs Coordinator (SENCO) is Lorna Bennett.

All members of staff are responsible for the operation of the Special Needs Policy and the coordination of specific provision made to support individual children with SEND. They liaise with other professionals to ensure that the appropriate provision is in place to meet a child’s needs.

The school environment has been adapted to allow accessibility for wheelchairs..

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If you would like to read the Department for Educations update on the new arrangements, please click on the link below: