Special Educational Needs
The staff at Peterchurch primary school are dedicated to providing care and education to all pupils, including those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
A child has special educational needs if he or she has difficulties or disabilities that make it harder for him or her to learn than most other children of a similar age. Many children will have an additional need of some kind during their education. Some children will need extra help and support from us for some or all of their time at Peterchurch primary school.
Mrs Ruth Green is the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Coordinator (SENDCo) at Peterchurch Primary School. Her contact number is 01981 550 230 or via email: email@example.com
More information can be found in the SEND Information Report and the SEND policy below.
Useful information for parents/carers
SENDIAS provides free information, advice and support to parents and carers of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and to young people with SEND up to the age of 25. Contact details: 01432 260955 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Town Hall, 10 St Owen Street, Hereford, HR1 2PJ
Anyone who provides care and support to a child under 18 who is ill, has a disability or any additional needs is a Parent Carer and Herefordshire Parent Carers Support offers a wide range of help, advice and support specifically targeted to meet the needs of Parent Carers.Contact details: 01432 356068. email@example.com. Herefordshire Carers Support c/o Aspire Hub Canal Road Hereford HR1 2EA
Hereford and Worcester Dyslexia Association (HWDA) is a local charity which covers the two counties and aims to help by: providing specialist teaching in literacy, maths and study skills for children with dyslexia or dyslexic-type difficulties and/or dyscalculic-type difficulties through its workshops in Hereford, Worcester and Bromsgrove.
Special Needs Jungle provides parent-centred information, news, special needs resources and informed opinion about SEND - Special education needs and disability, Education, Health and Care Plans, children's physical and mental health including rare disease and SEN politics
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