SEN and Inclusion

At West Hill we provide an environment that enables all children to learn and progress to the best of their ability, we recognise that some children have special needs. We have clear structures in place for the identification of such needs, which is in line with the Code of Practice. When concerns are raised, we work in close liaison with parents to develop clear programmes to meet the needs of the child. Where appropriate, we use the expertise of other professionals to support children with special educational needs.

This is the West Hill Information report in line with the new Code of Practice 2014.
SEN Information Report

The policy below has been reviewed in line with the New SEN Code of Practice 2014

SEN Policy

EAL Teaching

We have a teacher, Sue March and teaching assistant Angela Allum, who support those pupils who are new to English both in the classroom and out of the classroom in small groups. The school assesses these children within the first two weeks of their arrival in school. The school meets with new parents and a plan is made of how to support children best in their learning.

Wandsworth Local Offer

The Local Offer provides clear and accessible information about the provision Wandsworth Borough Council expects to be available locally for our children and young people from 0 to 25 who have special educational needs and/or disability (SEND). Click here to find out about the local support available to families who have children with SEND.

Wandsworth Information, Advice and Support Service

Please also click here for access to Wandsworth Information, Advice and Support Service to find out how they provide confidential, impartial, information, advice and support to parents/carers, children and young people on special educational needs and disability (SEND).

 

Mrs Healy - Deputy Headteacher and SENCo

Mrs Healy – Deputy Headteacher and SENCo

Mrs Carmen - Deputy Headteacher and SENCo

Mrs Carmen – Deputy Headteacher and SENCo