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SEND and Inclusion

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

All Greenwich maintained schools have a similar approach to meeting the needs of pupils with Special Educational Needs and are supported by the Local Authority to ensure that all pupils, regardless of their specific needs, make the best possible progress in school. All schools are supported to be as inclusive as possible, with the needs of pupils with a Special Educational Need/s and or disabilities being met in a mainstream setting wherever possible, where families want this to happen.

The School’s SENDCO is Miss Shauna Barrett and can be contacted on 020 8858 2262 or by email to: sao@ourladygrace.greenwichsch.uk

This document describes the school’s services for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities – this is temporary and subject to change (please click on the link below).

SEN Information Report

 

The Local Offer provides details of a website for children and young people with Special Needs and Disabilities and their families. Please click on the links below for the Local Offer and the Local Offer termly newsletter.

Royal Borough of Greenwich - The Local Offer

Local Offer December Newsletter

 

SEN GOVERNOR VISITS

July 2019

Maria-Christina Eskioglou - I had a meeting with Olivia Gisby, the School's SENCO, as part of my overall SEN responsibilities. We discussed the pupils on the register and the children that are receiving additional support in several areas. We discussed the different interventions and their overall effectiveness. We also discussed some case studies and examined the progress those children are making and scrutinised how the SEN funding is being used to support those pupils.

February 2018

Caroline Malley - I had a meeting with the School's SENCO, as part of my overall SEN responsibilities. We discussed the pupils on the register, as well as those pupils who are not on the register but are receiving additional support in areas such as Maths, where they are not making the required progress. We discussed the overall effectiveness of the interventions. I also talked through the various case studies of those pupils on the register and examined the progress they are making and scrutinised how the SEN funding is being used to support those pupils.

I checked where the School records are kept, including the Single Central Register and ensured that they are kept in a locked drawer as required.

Focus of visit: Overall Effectiveness; Effectiveness of Leadership and Management; Safeguarding

 

 

 

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