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Special Educational Needs

The 'Claydon Pyramid of Schools' aim to support all pupils to 'Be the best they can be!'


The welfare and progress of all individual pupils is of most importance and we strive to support each child in developing towards their full potential. We recognise that some pupils, either for a short period, or throughout their time in school require additional support due to a range of Special Educational Needs. 


Our School SEN Information Report

Mrs Lynn Orchard is our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator and can be contacted via the school office. 

 
What is SEND?




Who is the best person to talk to about SEND - or if I think my child may have Special Educational Needs?  

How do we identify if a child needs extra help or has Special Educational Needs? 
 
What happens if my child is identified as having Special Educational Needs?
 
What is done to support children within their class? 

What additional interventions are used to support pupils?
 
 How do you know if support and interventions have an impact? 

How are children supported when they join or leave the school and move between classes?

How do we support children with social, emotional or mental health difficulties? 

How do we support children with SEND to engage with those who do not?

How accessible is the school & How do we support people with disability? 

What training and expertise do the staff have? 

What specialist services are available to the school? 
 
What is Suffolk County Council's local offer?
 
Where can parents and/or carers access support?
 
Other school policies that may be useful

 What does all the jargon mean?

 
SEND Useful Links