SEND

Children come to school with a variety of needs. Each child has a right to have those needs recognised and met. By taking account of those needs and differentiating our resources and practice, we provide an inclusive curriculum to ensure the best possible progress for all of our pupils, whatever their abilities or disabilities.

Some aspects of the law on education, health and care (EHC) needs assessments and plans have changed temporarily to give local authorities, health commissioning bodies , education settings and other bodies who contribute to these processes more flexibility in responding to the demands placed on them by coronavirus (COVID-19).

The full guidance on this can be found here.

SEND provision at Trinity CE Primary School:
Whilst we are making all reasonable endeavours in order to meet the needs of all pupils attending Trinity CE Primary School at this time, we are not able to fulfil all of the provision outlined in our SEND information report. If you have any concerns about support for your child please contact the school SENDCo.

Our SENDCo at Trinity Church of England Primary School, is Mrs Wendy Anderson; Assistant Head. For any queries, concerns or complaints in relation to special education needs, please contact Mrs Wendy Anderson:

Wendy Anderson
Assistant Head - Inclusion
BA Hons, GTP Teacher Training
Trinity Church of England Primary School
Bromley
BR2 8LD
Telephone: 0208 462 2443

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Details of how to access Bromley parent voice (bromleyparentvoice.org.uk)

pdflogo SEND Information Report 2019-2020 EYFS

pdflogo SEND Information Report for the School – Jan 2020

pdflogo SEND Information Report for the Specialist Provision - July 2019

See the SEND policy document here

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