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SEND (Special Educational Needs & Disabilities)

Special Educational Needs (SEN) at Shavington Primary School

Our aim is to raise the aspirations and expectations for all pupils with SEN by focusing on outcomes that will improve children's attainment in all areas.

Our Objectives are:

  • To identify, at the earliest possible opportunity, barriers to learning and participation for pupils with SEND.
  • To ensure that every child experiences success in their learning and achieves to the highest possible standard.
  • To enable all children, whatever their special educational need or disability, to receive appropriate educational provision through a broad, balanced curriculum that is appropriately differentiated.
  • To involve parents/carers in planning and supporting at all stages of their child’s development.
  • To ensure that pupils with SEND have a voice and are given opportunities to express an opinion and that this opinion will be taken into account in matters affecting them.
  • To work closely with external support agencies, where appropriate, to support the needs of individual pupils.
  • To ensure that all staff have access to training and advice to support quality first teaching and learning for all pupils.


The SEND Team at Shavington Primary School

Enquiries about a child’s progress should be addressed to the class teacher in the first instance since they know the child best. Other enquiries can be addressed to the school’s SENCo: 

Amy Brock - SENCo BA (Hons) MA NASENCo 



Key Documents:

SEN Policy

Our SEN Policy contains information on how we aim to support children with special educational needs. It states the school's vision and aims for SEN and includes information about the rules and laws that shape the day to day processes of the school.

Key features of the policy include:

  • All children benefit from ‘Quality First Teaching’: This means that teachers expect to assess, plan and teach all children at a level which allows them to make progress with their learning. In addition we implement focused interventions to target the development of particular skills.
  • We have high expectations of all our children. Children on our SEN register are expected to make progress that compares well with progress made by other children at the school.
  • We work closely with parents and children to ensure that we take into account the child’s own views and aspirations and the parents’ experience of, and hopes for their child. Parents are invited to be involved at every stage of planning and reviewing SEN provision for their child.
  • All children are closely monitored, and their progress tracked each term. Children on the SEN Record are additionally tracked by the SENCo.
  • There are  4 broad categories of SEN:
    • Communication and interaction
    • Cognition and learning
    • Social, emotional and mental health
    • Physical and sensory

SEN Information Report

The SEN Information Report explains how the school's SEN Policy is used. It explains how help and support works for children with SEN at Shavington Primary School. It details what happens and how.


Useful Resources

Cheshire East's Local Offer

Cheshire East publish a Local Offer. The purpose of this Local Offer is to enable parents and young people to see more clearly what services are available in their area and how to access them. It includes provision from birth to 25, across education, health and social care. Cheshire East’s Local Offer is available from the website 

Resources re the Corona virus situation which may be useful for families of children with SEN



Page Downloads Date  
SEN Information report 2019 20 12th Nov 2020 Download