SEN information reports are intended to tell you:
- How the school's SEN policy is used.
- How help and support for pupils with SEND works in that setting.
- What happens regarding additional support.
- How and who will support children who need it.
The SEN information report should be written in a way that makes the information clear and meaningful for parents. They should not use jargon or acronyms that will make it harder for parents/carers to understand.
Where can I find a school's SEN Information Report?
Both the SEN Policy and SEN information report should be available on each schools website.
You can ask the schools office to give you a printed copy of their SEN information report.
We cannot tell you exactly where to find each report because each schools website is slightly different.
We understand this is frustrating so we have looked through the school websites and added them here.
You can also tell the school that it was difficult for you to find this information on their website and they will want to make sure that it is made easier in the future.
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Note: Some schools are still calling the SEN Information Report the local offer or school's local offer.
Please click on the bars below where we have linked to the correct page for SEN information for each school or information about what to do if it was not available for example if a school did not have a website to link to.
This information is checked annually.
Last updated: 12/06/19
Link to policies page with SEND info...
Page has both SEN Policy and SEN information report...
St Monica’s Catholic Primary School