SEND at St John's
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Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Provision
St John’s Primary School is a Church of England mainstream school. We are highly committed to offering an inclusive curriculum to ensure the best possible progress for all of our pupils, whatever their needs and abilities. The school seeks to raise the achievement, remove barriers to learning and support physical and curricular access to all. We aim to enable every child to learn as effectively as possible, to enjoy his/her learning and to provide a foundation for life-long learning. All children with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities(SEND) are valued, respected and are equal members of the school.
The Inclusion Team
Our SEND team is led by Mrs Wilkinson, our Deputy Headteacher. She works alongside Mrs Roberts who is the Inclusion LSA and specialises in 'Speech and Language.' We also have Mrs Rose who is our Behaviour Support Lead; she works with parents on referrals to CAMHS and Primary Behaviour Support Service. Mrs Rose works closely with Mrs Blanksby who is and Family Support Worker and also the school ELSA.
Further information about SEND provision at St John's Primary School can be found in our SEND policy and SEN Information Report.
SEN Policy and Information Report 2020 - 2021
Accessibility at St John's
Where to get further information about services for your child.
The school SEN Information Report is provided as part of Hampshire County Council’s Local Offer.
To access the Local Offer in its entirety click on the link below.