SEND Board

Our Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND) Board’s core purpose is to share best practice across our schools and to deliver on key objectives determined by the Headteachers Board and our Trustees.

Our SEND children’s entitlement is a crucial point for us as a Trust that values inclusion and equality and maintains an expectation of challenge and support for every child no matter their ability or starting point.

Our SEND Board meets on a termly basis and is made up of the SENCOs from each of our schools:

  • Henry Chadwick Primary School – Sarah Orme
  • Queen’s Croft High School – Julia Lloyd Jones
  • The Friary – Lottie Hearn

This year the key objectives for the SEND Board are based around:

  • SEND an inclusion in curriculum.
  • SEND support and interventions.
  • EHCP design and production.

Like the role of being a Designated Safeguarding Lead, the role of SENCO the comes with high levels of responsibility and this body offers a network of support and advice that can make all the difference whether it be for staff, students or families.