SENDco – Mrs D. Pulleyn – please contact the school office should you wish to speak to Mrs Pulleyn.
SEND Governor – Melinda Rudge-Priestley
At Fairburn View Primary School we are committed to ensuring that all pupils reach their full potential. Meeting the needs of children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) requires a partnership between those involved: school, students, parents / carers, Local Authority and all other agencies.
Fairburn View Primary is part of the Wakefield Local Offer and this can be viewed by clicking on the following link
Please find Wakefield’s SEND strategy on the link below.
Wakefield SEND strategy
Some useful websites:
– Wakefield Early Support, Advice, Information Liaison service provides free, confidential and impartial support to children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, their parents, carers and families.
– Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information, Advice and Support Service offer support and empower parents and carers through providing advice and support.
WISENDSS – Wakefield Inclusion, Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Support Service consists of a specialist team who advise Schools, Academies, Parents and Carers on a wide range of specific needs. Email – email@example.com
Accessibility Plan – This plan explains how school is adapting learning and the school environment to enable learners access to the curriculum.
For further information please view the SEND Policy and Information Report.
Click here to see our Accessibility Plan and Equality Objectives.
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