Supporting our SEND students

We believe that every child should have access to a rich and relevant curriculum that will ensure that they can achieve the best possible life chances and experiences.

The new Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) code of practice has transformed the way educational providers manage provision for their students.

This new vision is based on:

  • High expectations and aspirations for what every student can achieve
  • A ‘family-centred’ approach to planning for success
  • Early identification of need
  • High-quality teaching and wave one interventions that support the child in their learning environment
  • Excellent outcomes for every SEND student

Our experienced SEND team provide specialist help for students with additional needs including specific learning difficulties and social, emotional and mental health barriers.

When a student is identified as needing extra help we involve parents and carers, and regularly review our support plans and one page profiles. The faculty has strong links with external agencies who offer specialist support and advice.

At Royton and Crompton E-ACT Academy every faculty has at least one SEND Champion who is an advocate of SEND. They attend additional training and support their departments with resources and share good practice.

 

OUR SUBJECT SPECFIC SEND CHAMPIONS;

 

  • Mrs Mullen
  • Mr Khawaja
  • Mrs Mulgrew
  • Miss Bloor
  • Mr Robinson
  • Mrs Leng
  • Mrs Smith
  • Mr Walker
  • Miss Cummings
  • Mrs Antrobus
  • Miss Adano
  • Miss Panchani
  • Miss Wong

 

SEND parent question and answer session with SENCO Mrs McDermott

SEND Helpline Flyer

SEND INFORMATION REPORT COVID 19 UPDATED

www.tfaforms.com

Academy SEND Documents:

Supporting Students with Medical Needs Policy 2020

SEND and Learning Policy 2020

SEND Information Report 2020

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy 2020

What is the Local Offer – CfDC

USEFUL WEBSITES FOR PARENTS

www.point-send.co.uk

www.oldham.gov.uk.yourlocaloffer

www.healthwatcholdham.co.uk/advice-and-information

www.mahdloyz.org

www.autism.org.uk

www.bdadyslexia.org.uk

dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk

youngminds.org.uk/-/

www.adhdfoundation.org.uk/whatisadhd.php-

www.camh.org.uk

www.babcp.com/What-is-CBT

www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk

contact.org.uk

ican.org.uk/i-cans-talking-point/

www.childnet.com/

www.nopanic.org.uk

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