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Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Greswold Primary School SEND Information

 

Greswold's SENDCo is Miss Ceillam with support from Mrs Jellicoe. She can be contacted via the School Office.
 

Local Authorities are required to publish, and keep under review, information about services that they expect to be available for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and disabilities (SEND). This is called the Local Offer. The intention of the Local Offer is to improve choice and transparency for families. The Local Offer for Solihull LA can be found here.

 

At Greswold Primary School we pride ourselves on our inclusivity and we are committed to providing the best possible education to all of our children regardless of their gender, ethnicity, social background, religion, sexual identity, physical ability or educational needs. This document is intended to give you information regarding the many ways in which we ensure we support all of our children, including those with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities. It is important to note that it may not include every skill, resource and technique that we employ as these are continually being developed and modified to meet the changing requirements of individual children.

Nurture UK

Greswold are proud to be a part of Nurture UK

 

When we use the word ‘nurture’, we’re talking about the social factors that shape the development of children and young people: who they spend time with, instead of who they were born to. 

Born from an understanding of how children learn and develop, a nurturing approach to learning addresses the impact of a pupil’s social environment on their emotional well-being, their social skills, and how ready they are to engage in school and the wider community.    

By addressing missing nurturing experiences, teachers can help pupils to develop the social skills they need to thrive, and the confidence and resilience to deal with whatever life throws at them – not just at school, but for the rest of their lives.

Child-friendly nurture poster that can be seen around school: 

 The Blobs images used with kind permission of Ian Long. Blob resources can be found at https://www.blobtree.com/ 

Range of Provision

Inclusion

Parental Involvement

Pupil Voice

Transition

Other information

Updated January 2024

School Closures

 

Below are documents supplied by the Solihull EAL (English as an additional language) Service which advises families with multi-lingual children of additional resources which can be used to cater for their specific needs during school closures. 

Matters of Bereavement 

 

We have forged close links with the charity Winston's Wish and have adopted their bereavement charter. 

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