SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS AND DISABILITY (SEN(D))
Holly Lodge Girls’ College aims to provide meaningful and effective learning support for students with Special Educational Needs.
We believe in an ethos of high ambition, challenge and support for all of our students. To enable our students to be the best they can be, we follow a graduated approach to SEN support, providing inclusive classroom environments to ensure that students make the best possible progress, despite any difficulties they may face.
We aim to create a safe, caring and supportive setting for students to develop into focused, aspirational and resilient young adults who are well prepared for when they move onto their next phase of education, employment or training.
SEN Policy Aims & Objectives
- To create an inclusive environment that meets the special educational needs of each young person
- To adopt a whole school approach to SEN support where students with SEN are fully integrated into mainstream classes
- To ensure that the special educational needs of children and young people are effectively identified, assessed and provided for
- To ensure that parents are able to play their part in supporting their child’s education
- To ensure that our young people have a voice in this process and develop skills for life
- To operate a “whole student, whole school” approach to the management and provision of support for special educational needs
- To provide support and advice for all staff working with students with special educational needs
If you have any concerns about your child’s development and would like to seek advice and/or support, please do not hesitate to contact Miss Winter (SENCO) via telephone or email:
- Telephone: 0151 228 3772
- Email: email@example.com
Key members of staff:
Miss S. Winter
|Miss R. Rivers||SEND Team Manager|
Mrs C. Murphy
Ms S. Read
Higher Level Teaching Assistants
Mrs K. Hutton
Miss C. Bartsch
Miss C. Mundle
Miss M. Abdelghani
|Ms A. Caddick||SEN Governor|
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140 Mill Lane, Liverpool L12 7LE