Students with Special Educational Needs (SEN) at Meadow Park School will initially have their needs assessed by the Learning Support Team.
The SENDCO Lead at Meadow Park School is John McDonough.
The team is committed to all students achieving their potential and having access to the support and enrichment which allows them to do this. We are able to offer a range of programmes to assist a variety of learning needs across all of the key stages. Assistance will vary depending on individual needs and can range from support during normal curriculum time to small group work and one to one support. The SEN Department works alongside the Inclusion Department to promote a holistic view when supporting students with learning, social and emotional difficulties.
The Learning Support Team is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the SEN policy. They co-ordinate support and provision for students with SEN/EHCP’s as well as provision for those who are identified as requiring further support.
The Learning Support Team offers a range of services and interventions such as:
Meadow Park School values all members of our community as individual people with differing needs and abilities. We will work to provide a stimulating learning environment where everyone feels valued and enabled to reach beyond their potential.
If you would like further information about the SEN department or have any questions about the support we provide, please contact the school and ask to speak to Mrs Winterburn.
Our SEN policy, SEN Information Report, and other documentation can be found on our Policies page.