Special Educational Needs
At Warmingham CE Primary School we work hard to ensure that every child is happy, supported, is fully involved in learning and makes good progress. We have an extensive range of support systems in place in order to achieve this and our School building is fully accessible by all children. Our SEN co-ordinator (Mrs Cliffe) has the National SENCO Award ( Masters Level) in recognition of her hard work and extra training.
Mrs Cliffe offers at least termly meetings for parents and children who are on our Special Needs register so that all stakeholders are fully engaged and informed and are able to work together as a team to support the child's learning and development.
Further information about our current offer for SEN is available in the download from this page.
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What is the Local Offer?
The Local Offer will set out, in one place, information about provision and support that the Local Authority expects to be in place for children and young people aged 0-25 with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). We have produced a leaflet to explain the Local Offer to individuals working in schools or other education settings.
Co-produced Cheshire East guiding principles (PDF, 340KB) to guide the development of the Cheshire East Local Offer have been produced through collaborative work between professionals from a variety of agencies and local parent carers.
The Local Offer is one component of the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) reforms arising from the Children and Families Act 2014. The Special Educational Needs and Disability page has more about the implementation of the SEND reforms in Cheshire East, including the implementation of the Local Offer.