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Our Local Offer

Local Authorities are required to publish a Local Offer. This will provide up to date information about the services and support that children with special needs can access in their local area. Schools also publish their 'School Offer' with details of their provision for special needs, which will then be linked to the Local Authority website.

Swindon's Local Offer can be found by following this link:

https://localoffer.swindon.gov.uk/home


Please open the document below to read St Mary’s Catholic Primary School’s SEND Information Report

 

 

 

Important Documents

Swindon SEND Families Voice Newsletter

Swindon SEND Families Voice produce a termly newsletter containing lots of information about events, support groups and articles covering different areas of SEND.  Please click the link below to read the latest newsletter.

https://swindonsendfamiliesvoice.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/SSFV-SPRING-2020-WEB.pdf

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Introduction

St Mary’s Catholic Primary School is an inclusive school.
St Mary’s views each individual child as unique and special.  We believe that all children, regardless of their learning needs, should be treated as individuals who have a right to an education that allows them to fulfil their academic, social and emotional potential. We believe that by providing equal opportunities, effective teaching and learning, nurture and encouragement we can support our pupils in becoming capable, confident and independent learners to the very best of their abilities.

Mrs Andrea Cull manages and organises the special needs provision at St Mary's.  She is also our Assistant Headteacher.

The person who leads and manages special needs provision is often refered to as a SENCO or SENDCO.

We have two governors responsible for Special Needs:

  • Mrs Tricia Harrison
  • Mrs Hannah Higgins

Meet our SENCO - Mrs Cull

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Useful Links

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Swindon SEND Familes Voice

Swindon SEND Familes Voice support families by hosting free workshops and support groups, answer questions one to one over the phone, online or in person and are a listening ear whenever needed. Click the picture for a link to their website.

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Nessy

Nessy programs are designed to help students of all abilities learn to read, write, spell and type, especially those who learn differently. If your child has been given a Nessy account the activities can be completed at home too. Click the picture for a link to the website.

 

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SENDIASS

The Special Educational Needs and Disability Information Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) provides free confidential and impartial advice and support about matters relating to Special Educational Needs or Disability (SEND).

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