Special Educational Needs

Glenbrook Primary School is a mainstream school with an inclusive ethos. Our school community is one which values all children as individuals and strives to include children with a range of special needs and disabilities

Our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator, Mrs Gillian Feast, co-ordinates provision, liaising with parents, school staff and specialist advisors from the inclusive education team and the wider Spencer Academies Trust family.

Throughout the school, we continually monitor and assess the progress of all our children. We track the progress of children, and where expected progress is not being made, steps and interventions are put in place to support areas of need. We also work closely with early year’s settings that may have children transferring to Glenbrook to ensure as far as possible that the correct support is in place from the start.

If parents have any concerns at all regarding the progress of their child, or believe they may have an area of special educational need, then we would urge them to talk to their child’s class teacher, our SENCo, Gillian Feast or Headteacher, Samantha Eyre. Parents can also gain important advice and support from Parent Partnership. http://www.ppsnotts.org.uk/.

Nottingham City Council and NHS Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is reviewing the support it provides for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and with Complex Health Needs.

Accessibility Plan September 2016

Glenbrook SEND Review Report May 2016

Special Educational Needs Policy November 2016

Special Educational Needs Information Report November 2016

Guidance: SEND: guide for parents and carers

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