Special Educational Needs and Disability
Welcome to the SEND page of the school website. Here you will find information about SEND policy and practice within the school. We hope you find the information on the page useful, accessible and easy to understand. Paper copies of each document are available on request.
The SENDCO is Alexandra Straker. If you would like to request a call back from the Sendco, please contact the school office.
01480 375270 email@example.com
SEND Policies & Documents
The Cambridgeshire Local Offer
As part of the revised Code of Practice for SEND, all local authorities with their partners must publish in one place information about the services they expect to be available in their area for children and young people aged 0-25 who have a special educational need and/or disabilities (SEND). This is known as the local offer. This is the link to the Cambridgeshire Local Offer, which will be changed and developed over time and in consultation with parents, children and young people: http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/send
A new NHS resource
You can read a little more about the new website here: https://campaign.emailblaster.cloud/MTg5ODI/29.html
The Parent Partnership Service providing Cambridgeshire's SEND Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) offers impartial and confidential information, advice and support to parents and carers who have a child or young person with special educational needs (SEN) or a disability or have concerns that their child has special educational needs. They also offer impartial and confidential information, advice and support to young people and children with special educational needs (SEN) or a disability or who have concerns they may have special educational needs.
An Information Point for Cambridgeshire parents with children and young people with SEND.
Pinpoint Cambridgeshire is run for parents – by parents.
They give help and information to parent carers of children and young people aged 0-25 with additional needs and disabilities, and give parent carers opportunities to have a say and get involved in improving local services.
No formal diagnosis is required to access support from Pinpoint – a child may be on a waiting list, accessing services, had a referral turned down, or just be struggling.
Steps Guide for Parents
Appointments and workshops!
Early Intervention Worker Weekly Newsletters
Mental Health Support in Cambridgeshire
Supporting children's mental health at Middlefield
What is ELSA?
An ELSA in a school is an Emotional Literacy Support Assistant. An ELSA covers social skills, emotions, bereavement, social stories and therapeutic stories, anger management, self-esteem, counselling skills such as solution focus and friendships.