Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)
Our Special Educational Needs and Disability Coordinator (SENDCo.) is Katie Chappell. Katie has the National Award for Special Educational Needs Coordination (NASC) qualification. Rebecca Williams, our SEND Governor supports Katie in her role.
If you have any concerns relating to SEND, or wish to find out further information, do not hesitate to contact her: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Detailed information relating to SEND in our school can be found within our SEND Information Report below.
The SEND noticeboard in the main corridor by Helvellyn, will detail all current information relating to training and support in our local area. If you have any information you would like to share regarding SEND, please add it to the noticeboard, or share with Katie Chappell.
Ofsted (July 2019) recognised:
'Leadership of the provision for pupils with SEND is effective. Leaders, teachers and support staff work together to identify pupils’ needs, and to secure appropriate professional advice and guidance where it is needed. Pupils with SEND benefit from well-planned support and adjustments to teaching, and make strong progress from their individual starting points. Leaders and staff know pupils and their families well. The systems they have established enable them to build up a strong picture of pupils’ individual needs, and of the factors which might have an impact on pupils’ readiness to learn. Leaders have established strong links with a range of agencies. This helps them to provide support for pupils in school, and secure appropriate external advice where necessary.'
Shap CE School SEND Policy and Information Report incl. Our Local Offer
Supporting Pupils with Medical Conditions Policy and Procedures
Cumbria County Council’s SEND Information, Local Offer and Public Health Information
Cumbria County Council SEND Information
For more information about SEND information and services in Cumbria!
Cumbria Public Health 5-19 Parent Zone
Information and suppot for parents linked to the aeas of: Digital Wellbeing, Health Conditions, Healthy Weight, Mental Health and Wellbeing and Risk Taking Behaviour.
Mental Health Support
The majority of our staff have the CACHE level 2 qualification Understanding Children and Young People's Mental Health.
For more information, please access this online information:
Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people
An Online counselling and emotional well-being services for adults and those in carers roles
Brainchild Developmental Program
Brainchild developmental program - helping the whole brain
Speech, Language and Communication
Autistic Spectrum Conditions
Support for Families
To contact Katie, our SENDCo about SEND, please use this form.