Menu

St Mary's Church of England Academy

'We promise to shine together.'

Let the light of your face shine upon us - Psalm 4:6

Special Educational Needs (SEN)

St Mary’s Church of England Academy is committed to providing the highest quality of education for all children. The school ethos is inclusive and nurturing in order to allow children to explore their potential and to discover their strengths. The SEN policy has close links to all other school policies, in particular the disability and behaviour policies. It is the result of whole school discussions and workshops that reflects the beliefs and practices of all those who work at the school.

 

Our Special Educational Needs and Disability Policy (SEND) and Accessibility Plan, can be found in the policies section of the website.

Christmas Tips

 

This maybe helpful to families who have children who have struggled with the pandemic or who have sensory difficulties as well as those who are autistic.

 

https://www.autism.org.uk/advice-and-guidance/topics/leisure/christmas/tips

 

Best wishes for a joyful Christmas

Lesley

Seven ideas to help children with sensory processing challenges at Christmas

If you would like further information please look at the following website.

Sensory Processing at Christmas

Supporting young people's mental health Parent/Carer Workshop:

 

Just to let you know of a new parent workshop the Psychology in Schools Team are delivering to help parents understand self-harm in young people.

 

The workshop can be accessed through our Eventbrite booking page, the link can be found in the flyer attached. 

Topic Learning

These are photos of the Mayan housing and warrior masks that our Year 5 & 6 SEN pupils have been working hard on.

A celebration of our work

Sensory Training

 

The Sensory Integration Network is offering free sensory training for parents and carers.

 

If you are interested in this free hour long training session, please click on the link below

Sensory Integration Education

Top