At Ladygrove Park Primary School we recognise that all children have a right to a broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum. We aim to create a happy, educationally exciting and positive environment in which all pupils can develop to their full potential. We recognise that children are individuals, that each one has needs special to him or her.
We aim to:-
- ensure that our curriculum is responsive to all children whatever their individual need
- promote positive attitudes and individual confidence, ensuring all children experience success identify, assess, record and regularly review pupils' special educational needs
- encourage parents/guardians to be involved in planning and supporting at all stages of their child's development
- make effective use of support services
The Oxfordshire Local Offer brings together information about education, health and care services for children and young people aged 0 – 25 with SEND. Information on the local offer can be found at: https://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/taxonomy/term/278
Information and Guidance/Points of Contact Who should I contact to discuss the concerns or needs of my child?
Ladygrove Park Primary School is committed to working in partnership with parents and will listen to any concerns parents may wish to raise. Please contact us to arrange a meeting.
Classteacher is the first point of contact. They monitor the progress of each child and liaise with key staff about interventions needed.
SLT Inclusion Manager - Carrie Barringer
SENDCo - Carol Turner - you can contact Carol via the school office.
Emotional Learning Support Assistant (ELSA) - Sarah Cheetham
Deputy Headteacher - Elaine Li-Koo
Deputy Headteacher - Carly Clarkson
Assistant Headteacher - Carrie Barringer
Headteacher - Andrew Markham
Free SEND BiteSize Training
Free SEND BiteSize Training covering over 30 topics is now available
The Oxfordshire SEN Team are delighted to announce that free SEND BiteSize Training covering over 30 topics is now available! The training is aimed at parents and carers, staff in schools and multi-agency professionals, is publicly available and can be found here. Each session is, as it says, bite sized and contains links to further resources, materials and training. There’s also chance to provide feedback on what further training or support would be useful so please try to find time to submit feedback
In terms of the technical details, each topic is presented as a Powerpoint with a voiceover so that it can be worked through at a pace to suit you. Please click on the relevant link and make sure you download the PowerPoint, go to ‘slide show’ and click ‘from beginning’ to enable the included audio and video content.
Please also look on Oxfordshire Local Offer for more information, advice and support for SEND.