At Anderton Primary School, we believe that each pupil has individual and unique needs. However, some pupils require more support than others. To ensure all pupils achieve their full potential, we plan accordingly to remove any barriers to their achievement.
At our school we provide all pupils with strategies for dealing with their individual needs in a supportive environment and to give them a meaningful access to the National Curriculum.
If you would like more information about our SEND provision, please contact Mrs Laithwaite (SENDCo) via the school.
Below are links to documents that reflect our provision and our assessment of Special Educational Needs. Please also read the Lancashire Local Offer.
Parental Opinions and Pupil Voice
At Anderton, we value the opinions of our parents and carers and of course the children! Please see the results of our most recent survey below:
In school we follow the ‘Graduated Response’ to supporting all children who have additional needs. Through this process we:
- Assess the children
Find out which areas they need support with
Put a targeted support of intervention in place
Carry out the intervention for a set amount of time
Complete an evaluation of the impact the intervention has had on the child’s progress.
The diagram below illustrates this process and how other external agencies may be involved in your child’s progress.
Support for Parents
The Lancashire Send Information and Advice Service (SIAS) provides parents and carers of children with additional needs with additional support for their families and in the home. It is a free, impartial and confidential support network. If you would like more information please visit: SIAS Team
The FIND ‘Family Information Network Directory’ release newsletters on a termly basis, offering additional support that you can access. Please see below for the latest newsletter.