Special educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

Educational Diversity is passionate about ensuring that a young person’s special educational needs are identified as swiftly and effectively as possible. We acknowledge that the missing or misidentification of needs can have a detrimental effect on a young person’s attainment in school and their emotional well-being. Ed Diversity has a cohort of young people with a wide spectrum of additional needs, and subsequently has a wealth of experience in meeting the needs of those young people.

The SENDCo and her team work across all centres and are able to advise on strategies and signpost for additional external support should the need arise. For further information, please access our SEND information Report and Accessibility Plan.

For further information on SEND please contact Gemma Hartley, SENCo on 01253 476663.

SEND Information report

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SEND Information report Sept 2020

Accessibility Plan 2020 – 2023

Local Offer

SEND Offer