At Our Lady Immaculate Catholic Primary School,
we are one family living and learning together in faith.
Our mission is to develop a Christ centred community which recognises Christ’s love in every person and reflect the gospel values in everything that we do.
SEN and Disability Provision
In line with our mission statement, which guides us to fulfil each child’s potential, we strive to maintain high quality curricular provision for each child regardless of ability. A proportion of our children may have special needs and we aim to meet their requirements through a flexible, appropriate and varied provision.
Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)
At Our Lady Immaculate, we embrace the fact that every child is different and therefore the educational need of each child will vary. This is certainly the case for children with special educational needs and disabilities.
Many children have additional needs at some point during their time at Our Lady Immaculate Catholic Primary School. This is not to say that these children will be working below age related expectations academically in every instance. Additional needs may be related to health, emotions, behaviour or learning. We aim to identify and address these needs through our school’s inclusive practice.
The Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) is Mrs Brown.
She can be contacted via the school office: 0151 260 8957 or through email: email@example.com
The SEND Link Governor is Mrs N Beattie.
The SENCO ensures that all staff folllow the SEND Code of Practice to support the needs of our pupils. This may be provided through carefully differentiated work, additional support by an adult in a small group or 1-1 through precision teaching. They may also receive small group or 1-1 teaching time with a teaching assistant or receive outreach support from specialist services in a small group or 1-1 basis.
Working with other agencies
At Our Lady Immaculate we liaise closely and in partnership with a range of outside agencies such as:
- Educational Psychologist Services
- Speech and Language Therapy (SALT)
- SENISS ( Special Educational Needs Inclusion Support Service)
- Health and Social Services
- Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), Seedlings (Counselling service from YPAS; Young People’s Advisory Service)
- School’s Family Support Service
- Educational Welfare Officer (EWO)
- SEND Consortia
- Link Learning
- School Nurse Drop In; is held on the first Thursday of the month, in the Parent’s Room. No appointment is needed just drop in from 3.00pm.
The Education and Families Bill requires Liverpool schools to publish information about services that are available for children and young people with special educational needs. This is known as the Local Offer.
Our School’s Local Offer .
This gives parents more information on what our school offer for children and young people with special educational needs and disability.
These policies will be reviewed by governors at their next meeting on 18.10.18
For our school accessibility plan open the link below
These Policies are to be reviewed by governors at their next meeting on 18.10.18
Training For Parents on Autism Summer Term 2018
Travel advice for parents of children on the Autistic Spectrum who are flying from Manchester Airport.
Information for parents – Neurodevelopmental Pathway Solution
Drop in for families April 2017, please see the link below.
Summer Holidays: resources for families and carers.