Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
St James Infant School is an inclusive school. We strive to support all children to enable them to achieve their best at school. Some children will require extra support in school to meet their needs or to improve their learning. This additional help will usually be provided in school either by staff or with the help of external specialists. Our Local Offer describes the range of provision and support available to help identified children as and when appropriate.
Our Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Coordinator (SENCo) is Mrs Jill Eaton.
|Mrs Jill Eaton|
Please click below to see details about our school's Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Local Offer / SEND report. This gives details of:
- the kinds of SEN that are provided for
- arrangements for consulting with parents and children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
- our approach to teaching children with additional needs
It also gives lots of other information.
You can also find out more details about services in the local area from the Cumbria County Council Website.
Follow the link to that website by clicking here.
More information on specific special educational needs from Cumbria County Council is available by clicking here.
Our SEN Policy also give a lot of information about how we identify children who have additional needs. Click below to view the policy.
Click below to view our Accessibility Plan which gives details on how we are trying to address the needs of those with disabilities or additional needs.
Further information about admissions for children (including those with Special Educational Needs) can be found via the general Admissions tab in Other Information drop down menu above. Information on how we ensure that we do not discriminate against children with disabilities can be found in our Equality Policy which is located in the policy section of this website (also found via the drop down menu in Other Information above). If you have any questions about any additional needs that your child may have, please do not hesitate to contact us.