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WELLACRE SEND Open Evening

Posted at 11:31 am on 18th November, 2016

SEND Information, Advice and Networking Evening

In November Wellacre offered parents and carers an opportunity to attend our SEND Open Evening.

 

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We offer this evening as an informal way to introduce our Learning Support and Inclusion Department and Teams, presenting the support pathways available to our students.

 

Mrs M Critchlow our Assistant Principal for Safeguarding and Inclusion and Special Educational Needs Co-Ordinator (SENDCo) and Mrs J Potts Assistant SENDCo oversaw a visit to key Learning Support and Inclusion areas of our school, providing further information, leading discussion and gathering important feedback from our visitors.

 
We also view this evening as a way to encourage networking between parents and carers of students with additional needs, helping to build new avenues of support.

 

Parent and Carer feedback:

“The support provided by the SEN Team is excellent”

“One of the reasons we were happy for our son to come to Wellacre was the experience, knowledge and interest supporting pupils with SEN”

“Very impressed with the level of information available and dedication of the staff”

“Our son is extremely happy at Wellacre and we are happy with what he has achieved”

“I am very glad of the SEN provision at Wellacre”

Wellacre would like to thank everyone who attended our SEND Information, Advice and Networking evening.

 

For further information please see our Learning Support and Inclusion (SEN) section or please contact -

Mrs M Critchlow mcritchlow(at)wellacre.org
Mrs J Potts jpotts(at)wellacre.org
 

"The achievement of disabled students and those who have special educational needs is good. Their needs are being met well through careful consideration of the subjects they take and the intervention programmes used where underachievement is apparent."

(Ofsted 2015)