SEND Provision at Wooler First School

At Wooler First School we recognise that all children have the right to be educated alongside their peers, despite their individual special needs or disabilities. We seek to create an inclusive environment, whereby the teaching, learning and wellbeing of every individual is at the heart of our school ethos. In line with the SEND Code of Practice (2015) we adopt a graduated response in supporting children with SEND. We endeavour to recognise and respond to individual needs in a positive way and we have a wide range of provision available to support children. All staff have high expectations of all children in our school and strive to ensure they all reach their full potential.  
 
There is a link to the SEND Code of Practice (2015) document below, which explains the duties of local authorities, health bodies, schools and colleges to provide for those with special educational needs under part 3 of the Children and Families Act 2014. This will outline the statutory guidance with regards to the provision for children with SEND. 
 
Miss Bullen is the SEND co-ordinator at Wooler First School and can be contacted through the school office by telephoning 01668 281470. You are more than welcome to request an appointment with Miss Bullen if you would like to discuss any matters regarding SEND in more detail.
 
Our SEN policy and SEN report, which provides all you need to know about SEND at our school, is available to download by clicking on the following pages on this section of our website. 
 
Every Local Authority must publish a Local Offer.
The Northumberland Local Offer can be found at: http://northumberland.fsd.org.uk and there is also a separate link to this document, which you can find listed underneath on this page.
 
Parents can access further information and support is available from Northumberland SEND information, advice and support service. This is self-referral service and can be contacted by phone on 01670 623555 or by e-mail at alison.bravey@northumbeland.gov.uk