Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)
The William Hogarth School is an inclusive school and we make every effort to ensure children with Additional Needs are fully included and take part in all aspects of learning. We use the ASSESS, PLAN, DO, REVIEW cycle. And follow the guidelines set out in the Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice: 0- 25 Years
As part of our commitment to Special Education Needs we are taking part in the ROMBi Research Partner Programme.
A collection of primary schools, UK wide are participating in the programme; supporting research on the benefits of using the puzzle with teachers and pupils who have learning difficulties, disabilities or other challenges that affect learning.
To find out how it works, visit the ROMBi website www.rombipuzzle.com
SEND Code of Practice (please click)
Our policies adhere to The Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2014 and Section 69 (2) of the Children and Families Act 2014
SEND Act (please click)
Equality Act (please click)
We recognise that all children have different and varying individual strengths and needs, and we work hard to support their learning and keep up to date with latest research and training. All children are welcome in our school community and their individual needs are celebrated.
Class teachers work closely with the school’s Special Educational Needs and Disability Co-ordinator to identify any pupils who may need extra support in the classroom. We use various classroom based interventions to support children with additional needs and differentiate as the first step. Our Teaching Assistants take individual or group interventions throughout the day and are trained in Fishers’ Family Trust Reading, Phonics, Lego Therapy, Occupational Therapy Programmes and Speech and Language Groups.
We may seek further specialist support and advice from Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language therapy, Behaviour Support and CAMHS when a child’s additional needs require more specific support. We also have access to advice and support from the Hounslow Educational Psychology Service and the SENSS advisory teachers at Hounslow.
Supporting parents of children with Additional Needs is very important to us and are readily available for meeting with parents who have any concerns about their child’s needs.
There are children with Education, Health and Care Plans in our school. If pupils are identified as having significant difficulties and will need additional support, with parents’ backing, we will begin Statutory Assessment of Special Educational Needs Process, possibly resulting in an Education Health and Care Plan issued by the Local Authority.
Our SENDCo is
Mrs K Luciani
The Local Offer
As the Local Offer is new, we will continue to review and develop these pages over time. It is our intention to continue to add information about services and providers to help you to find the services that you need.