Welcome to the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities area of our website
"Parents comment that Wheelock Primary staff involve parents as fully as possible in decisions about their child."
(Parent Questionnaire November 2022)
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities is often referred to as SEN or SEND.
The coordinator of SEND at Wheelock is Mrs Rachael Lewis and she can be reached on the email address below:
On 1st September 2014, the Children and Families Act 2014 introduced a new frameworkfor children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
All Local Authorities are required to publish information on 'The Local Offer' about all SEND services they provide, along with details of any eligibility for specialist services.
Please see the link below for information regarding Cheshire East Local Offer.
Age 3 to 6 #Document #Lesson plan Tales of the Road With many people having enjoyed more walking and cycling during lockdown, and families being asked to consider whether they can walk or cycle as pupils begin returning to school, now is a great time to bring road safety to life for children.
Preparing for Adulthood
Throughout our Preparing for Adulthood (PFA) curriculum we meet the needs of all children, in particular complex SEND.
We focus on the provision needed to achieve and develop EHCP outcomes and we broaden the pupil’s development, enabling them to develop and discover their interests and talents.
Our provision is imaginative yet achievable which is effective at giving our pupils the skills, knowledge and experience they need to progress.
Regularly we liaise with outside agencies, such as the speech and language therapists and the autism team where we discuss how we can support the pupils in making progress and achieve their potential.
Our aim is to raise aspirations and expectations and encourage as independent a life as possible where we focus on outcomes that are transferrable to the real world.
Parent Survey Feedback 2022/2023
Following the SEN Parent Survey completed in Autumn 2022, we gained some very positive feedback:
Parents feel that Wheelock Primary staff value the views, wishes and feelings of their child; provide children with the necessary information and support; and are approachable about any concerns that I have.
Parents agree that Wheelock Primary staff value their views, wishes and feelings; and that the SENCO is approachable and supports their child’s learning in school.
Parents comment that Wheelock Primary staff involve parents as fully as possible in decisions about their child.
Parents suggested that Wheelock's greatest areas are:
-ensuring children gain in confidence,
-the SENCO's deep understanding for children's needs,
Areas for improvement suggested by the parents are:
-subject specific feedback,
-developing a better system for communicating between home and school (time-friendly and visual)
-the referral process
|Special educational needs and disabilites guide for parents and carers
|30th Apr 2021
|Special educational needs code of practice
|30th Apr 2021
|Inclusion and SEND Policy Nov 2021
|03rd May 2022
|Ceat one min guide spring 2021
|23rd Sep 2022
|Ce toolkit for send final v2.0
|23rd Sep 2022
|SEND flowchart sept 22
|13th Oct 2022
|Wheelock Primary School SEN Information Report 2023 2024
|18th Sep 2023