Our SEND Policy reflects the SEND Code of Practice 0-25 (January 2015). The policy is available in the documents below.
A copy of our School SEN Information Report is also available to download below. This outlines how we approach SEND provision here at Buglawton Primary School.
Information about the Cheshire East Local Offer and SEND can be found here: www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/localoffer
Further Parent Information
The School Support Plan (SSP) paperwork is part of Cheshire East’s graduated approach to SEND. We will use this paperwork for any child that is identified as having moderate to high level SEND support. A blank SSP is attached below for your information.
Independent support for parents can be found at Cheshire East Information, Advice and Support Service (CEIASS) or Edge Inclusion Service found here: http://ceias.cheshireeast.gov.uk/home.aspx
Further support may be found at the parent coffee mornings held at Ruby’s Fund, please see attached flyer below for further information. Ruby’s Fund is a charity providing social, sensory, educational and recreational services for children, young people, their families and carers at our Sensory Centre located in Congleton.
Training Opportunities for Parents:
We have been asked to share the new Free Online Courses offered by Buxton and Leek College.
Please find attached below a number of new free online courses, offered by Buxton and Leek College suitable for adult learners.
We thought you might be interested in seeing these, all of which can be studied in the comfort and safety of your own homes, with full support from their experienced tutors.
For those interested contact details are shown on the flyers below.
Our SEND Co is Mrs S Murray. firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions about any aspect of SEND provision, do not hesitate to contact the school.
All of the documents below have been agreed by our school's Governing Body.
Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Support
Looking after yourself and your family at this unusual time, with changing rules and social distancing, has never been more important.
Please find some ideas and activities in the documents below, to help support you and your child's emotional and mental health.
Activities for Positive Mental Health
Calm Down Ideas - how you can help yourself to calm down, presented in year groups.
Coping Skills for Children - a checklist of skills you already have and some new ideas to try.
Dealing with Anxiety
Self Care - it is important to be kind to yourself, take time to refuel your mental, emotional and physical self.
Buglawton cares and we want to support our families through this difficult time.
We are in this together:
Visyon are offering virtual groups and activities, please follow the link: www.visyon.org.uk
or ring them on 01260 290000 to find the latest offer.