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******Welcome back to all our children at Hucknall National Primary School***** *****A warm welcome to all our new starters and families in EYFS ******* ***If you are looking at applying for a place at Hucknall National for your child to start in 2022, please look at our Admissions page that can be found under the Key Information tab. -------------------------------- If you have any safeguarding concerns, please contact our Headteacher, Sarah Barratt, or our Child and Family Support Worker, Jane Brown -------- ***Hucknall National C of E Primary School is going out to consultation on proposed changes to its 2023-24 admission arrangements from 7th October 2021 to the 2nd December 2021. For further details please visit the admissions page of our website.***
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Hucknall National

CofE Primary School

Growing together in learning, love and faith

SEND

Every child at Hucknall National C of E Primary Academy is an important and valued member of the school community. Class teachers take responsibility for the progress and well-being of all children within their class, meeting the Government standards of teaching and learning. However, during their time here, some children may experience periods when extra support is required to help them to feel secure and make good progress. Early identification of needs is important, so the school works with parents and external professionals to ensure the most appropriate support is available for all children. If parents have any concerns about their child’s progress and well-being, they can discuss them initially with their child’s class teacher, then with the school’s Child and Family Support Worker (Jane Brown) and the school’s SENDCo (Miss McGregor).

 

The following documents and links will help you understand what we do to support pupils with SEND and provide you with any further information:

Support for Parents 

 

We aim to work together with families to provide the very best support for our children.  We will try to help wherever possible, but there are times when specialist advice is needed.  Below are some documents that may be helpful.  If you have any specific questions, you are more than welcome to speak to Miss McGregor (SENDCo), you can contact her either through the school email or Class Dojo. 

What is the Local Offer?

 

The Local Offer gives details of all services available to support children with SEND and their families. This easy to understand information will set out what is normally available in schools to help children with lower-level SEND as well as the options available to support families who need additional help to care for their child.

Nottinghamshire Local Offer

SEND Information Report

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