Special Educational Needs

At Haughton St Giles Primary Academy we recognise that everyone is unique and each of us has our own individual needs. All who work and are associated with the Academy believe that all children have an equal right to a full and rounded education which will enable them to achieve their full potential. If you have any question regarding Special Educational Needs (SEN) please contact Mrs Emma Jeffries our academy Special Educational Neeeds coordinator (SENCO).

SEN policy

Haughton St Giles Primary Academy is part of the WSMAT with Woodseaves Primary Academy and Gnosall St Lawrence Primary Academy. Our SENCO Mrs Jeffries is responsible for overseeing SEND provision from nursery to Year 6 across each school.

Special Educational Needs Policy 

SEN information report 2017-2018

Staffordshire SEND local offer:

New law says that every local authority is responsible for writing local offer and ensuring it is accessible to everyone. A local offer gives children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities and their families  information about what support services are available in the local area.  Staffordshires local offer aims to provide information on what services you can expect from local agencies including education, health and social care. Staffordshires local offer can be found on _ https://www.staffordshire.gov.uk/education/welfareservice/SpecialEducationalNeeds/Special-educational-needs.aspx

SEND School local offer:

Schools are also required to provide a school local offer through a school SEND information report, that provides parents and relating to what you can expect in terms of provision at Haughton St Giles Primary Academy. The SEND information report can be found below.

Useful Websites and Links for parents:

  • CBBC- Newsround  has some fantastic short special films.

My Autism and Me  Explains what life can be like for children with Autism.
www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/31425238

My Dyslexic Mind  Explains what Dyslexia is and how it can affect the mind.
www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/20911216

Useful, fun websites with highly visual games for using with your children to consolidate early skills: