Singleton Church of England School is an inclusive school where every child matters.
Mrs Millward (Y3/4 class teacher) is our SENCO, she works alongside Miss Ashworth (Learning Mentor) who provides admin support for SEN.
Mrs Millward oversees the SEN provision and support across school.
Mrs Millward and Miss Ashworth have allocated SEN time every Monday afternoon. All SEN matters are considered in priority order within the allocated time each week and staff aim to address matters within realistic time frames.
Mrs Millward will however deal with urgent matters on the same day where possible – but this would be after school as she has a full-time teaching commitment during the day.
Please see below for our Local Offer and SEN report to the Governing body:-
- LO-Singleton CE Primary-04033 2021
- SEND Information for Parents 2022.docx
- SEN policy 2022.docx
For more information, please see:
Family Information Network Directory (FIND)
The FIND database includes information about disabled children and young people up to 25 years old in Lancashire.
Families are invited to submit details about their disabled child or young person to the database, which is used to develop an overview of the needs of disabled children across the county to assist with planning services.
The FIND service is strictly confidential – no individual information about any children or their families is shared with anyone.
Every family recorded on the FIND database receives a quarterly newsletter free of charge to help them keep informed about services and support which may be relevant.
Please click on the links below for the FIND Newsletters
To sign up to the FIND newsletter please contact:
Special Educational Needs and Disability Service (SEND)
Tel: 01772 532 509
Please see below the home learning newsletter for parents and carers of children with special educational needs. The suggestions and practical ideas have been written by specialist teachers working within the Lancashire Specialist Teacher Service. Each newsletter will contain ideas and suggestions of activities you can do with your children at home. Features will vary from week to week, but will cover broad areas of cognition and learning, communication and interaction, social and emotional well-being and sensory and physical needs:
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