Pupils With Special Educational Needs or Disabilities

Every child is an individual and at some point in their school career, any pupil may need additional support. This may be due to a learning or language need, a physical disability or injury or medical need or an emotional need. The support given by the Three Saints Federation is carefully matched to meet the child’s needs and is always in consultation with parents and carers.

Our SENDCO is Mrs Jo Best, Mrs Best can be contacted by email at jo.best@threesaints.bwmat.org or alternatively 01460 52574 or 01460 240793.

Please follow the links below to find out more about how your child may be supported.

Identification of needs for children with SEND

Identification of needs for children with SEND

Identifying and assessing

The purpose of identification is to work out what action the school needs to take, not to fit a pupil into a category. Identifying pupils with SEN is the responsibility of a wide range of people involved in school life. The pupil’s parents/carers, governors, the Headteacher, SENDCo, class teachers and teaching assistants are all integral parts in the process of identifying additional needs.

We use the Somerset’s Graduated response tool across our federation, this tool sets out the barriers to learning for all four areas that children and young people may experience and provides strategies and provision that could then be put in place to support them.

BWMAT SEND Policy

BWMAT SEND Policy

SEND Policy

SEND Policy

Special Educational Needs and Disability Information Report

SEN Information Report 2023

SEN Offer

SEN Offer