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Cotgrave Candleby

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Special Educational Needs

Mission statement

 

Some children and young people need something additional to or different from what is provided for the majority of children; this is special educational provision.

 

Special Educational Needs and Inclusion is always a priority at Cotgrave Candleby Lane. All staff and the Governing Body are highly committed to inclusion and the principles outlined in this policy; working hard to ensure that provision is made for those who need it and that all children are given the opportunities to be the best they can be.

 

Whilst many factors contribute to the range of difficulties experienced by some children, we believe that much can be done to overcome them by parents, teachers and pupils working together. Our commitment to this is outlined in this policy.

Definitions of special educational needs (SEN) taken from section 20 of the Children and Families Act 2014.

 

A child or you person has SEN if they have a learning difficulty or disability which calls for special educational provision to be made for them. A child of compulsory school age or a young person has a learning difficulty or disability if they:

 

  • have a significantly greater difficulty in learning than the majority of others of the same age; or

 

  • have a disability which prevents or hinders them from making use of educational facilities of a kind generally provided for others of the same age in mainstream schools or mainstream post-16 institutions.

 

A child under compulsory school age has special educational needs if they fall within the definition at (a) or (b) above or would do so if special educational provision was not made for them.
 

Children must not be regarded as having a learning difficulty solely because the language or form of language of their home is different from the language in which they will be taught.

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