Special Educational Needs & disabilities
At St. Margaret’s School we recognise the individuality of all the children and the fact that they are at different levels of development physically, emotionally, intellectually and socially.
It is our aim to provide access to the curriculum for all the children who, at any time, might be in need of special educational provision with regard to their academic, emotional or physical abilities within the levels of resources available to them. All children with Special Educational Needs are valued, respected and equal members of the school. We seek to raise the achievement, remove barriers to learning and increase physical and curricular access for all.
We aim to modify the environment and plan the curriculum for pupils with Learning Difficulties and Disabilities, including those with an A.S.C (Autism Spectrum Condition).
Provision for pupils with SEN is a matter for the school as a whole. All teachers are teachers of pupils with SEN.
Our definition of SEN is that which significantly adversely affects a child’s ability to follow the curriculum.
Click here for a link to St Margaret's Local Offer.
Click the documents below to read about St Margaret's Local Offer with reference to Special Educational Needs. This will be updated over the year.
How to Contact Us
St Margaret’s Primary are committed to supporting every child to have the best experience they can at school and feel a sense of achievement.
In order to ensure that any questions and concerns about your child are addressed in a timely manner, we have created a guide that details the different levels of support. Remember: If in doubt, contact the lovely school office team, they will be able to direct you to the right person.