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Special Educational Needs & Disabilities

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 & Disabilities (SEND) please contact Mrs Linda Alliband our Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Coordinator (SENDCO).

Staffordshire SEND Local Offer

New law says that every Local Authority is responsible for writing a 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. Staffordshire’s Local Offer aims to provide information on what services you can expect from local agencies including education, health and social care. Staffordshire’s Local Offer can be found via the link below:

SEND School Information Report

Haughton St Giles Primary Academy is part of the St Barts MAT with Woodseaves Primary Academy, Gnosall St Lawrence Primary Academy and other schools. Our SENDCO, Mrs Alliband is responsible for overseeing SEND provision from EYFS to Year 6 across Haughton and Woodseaves Schools.

Schools are required to provide a school Local Offer through a school SEND information report, that provides parents and other members of the public information 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

Autism UK has lots of information on ASD.


CBBC Newsround has some fantastic short special films:

SEND IASS Staffordshire Family Partnership (formerly Parent Partnership) is for parents and carers of children and young people aged 0 to 25 with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).

The Downs Syndrome Association has advice and support, including booklets to help with independent toileting, sleeping and managing behaviour​.

The National Autistic Society is the main UK charity for supporting people with ASD and their families - their website contains lots of useful advice and resources.

What's it like to have ADHD? is a useful YouTube video about ADHD.

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