Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) offer, and support for your child at Skelton Primary School.
Skelton Primary School aims to provide a caring and supportive environment where every child matters. All pupils are valued equally and are given the opportunity to achieve the very best they can. The Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENDCo) ensures children receive the provision they need. Our school is supported by Lead Trust SENDCO, Rachel Mackay. If you have any concerns about your child please talk to the class teacher in the first instance or take a look through our parent’s guide to SEND. An appointment to see the SENDCo can be made through the class teacher or by emailing Rachel Mackay on firstname.lastname@example.org
Sometimes children need additional support for some or all of their time at school. ‘Special Educational Needs and Disability’ (SEND) describes any learning difficulty which means a child needs extra ‘educational provision’. Children might have a learning difficulty if they:
- have significantly greater difficulty learning than the majority of children their age
- have a disability which hinders them using general school facilities in their area
- require special provisions to help them with learning or to help them attend school
The following information details the types of support available for your child at Skelton Primary School. It will help you to understand who can help if your child needs additional support, and how this support can be accessed. Please contact Lead Trust SENDCo, Rachel Mackay for any further information you require.
For more information on Special Educational Needs and Disability in the City of York please visit :
Link: York SEND Local Offer Website: yorksend.org
YorOK is the name of York’s Children’s Trust arrangements. The aim of a Children’s Trust is to ensure that all children have the support they need to ensure they are healthy, stay safe, enjoy life and achieve well at school and beyond, make a positive contribution to society and achieve economic well being. Their website has a range of advice for parents for children with Special Educational Needs and Disability.