Wrington C of E
Primary School

"Cherish & Nurture, Flourish & Aspire"

Special Educational Needs and Disability

 

Wrington Primary School is a mainstream inclusive school welcoming all children, some of whom may have special or additional needs and/or a disability. Please see our SEND Policy and SEND Information Report below to find out more or speak to your child’s teacher in the first instance.

Mrs Tracey Jones is our Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator and she works with class teachers, families and other agencies to co-ordinate provision for children with special educational needs and disabilities.  She can be contacted via the school office on 01934 862553 or office@wringtoncofeprimary.org and she will get back to you as soon as possible.

Mrs May Allen is our Learning Mentor and she supports children throughout the school.  Her main role involves overcoming barriers to learning.  

Further information on who to speak to if you do have any concerns about your child's progress can be found here

Click here to read the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Report 2020/2021.

Click here to read the Wrington and Burrington Special Education Needs Policy.

If you are a parent of an SEND child and you have a complaint regarding the support the school provides, please see the 'Resolution' section of the SEND Information Report.

Below are some websites you may find useful:

Disability, special needs and the North Somerset Local Offer

Dyspraxia Foundation

Supportive Parents Organisation

Dyscalculia

Dyslexia

The Communication Trust Speech and Language

National Autistic Society

North Somerset Dyslexia Association

National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS)

Contact Org for children and young people with hemiplegia

Action for Blind People

Our Voice Counts! (For families who have children and young people with a disability or additional needs)

Contact a Family (Providing support, advice and information for families with disabled children including information on a wide range of medical disorders and details of national support groups)