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Coopersale & Theydon Garnon C.E. (V.C) Primary School

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School Tours for Prospective Parents of Reception Class 2020 - Wednesday 11th December at 4pm; Friday 10th January at 9.15am; and Monday 13th January at 2pm

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities - SEND

Our School Ethos for SEND Pupils
At Coopersale and Theydon Garnon Primary School, we value all children as individuals with a range of abilities, aptitudes and needs. We are committed to inclusion and will ensure that all SEND children participate as fully as possible in learning as well as in physical, practical and extra-curricular activities.
We are committed to giving every child the opportunity and encouragement to achieve their full potential by offering access to a broad, balanced and creative curriculum. We aim to raise the aspirations and expectations for all children with SEND, in order for them to become independent learners. We respect the fact that children have differing needs and will therefore require different strategies for learning and a range of different teaching approaches and experiences.

Click here to read the DfE SEND Code of Practice.

Statutory guidance for organisations which work with and support children and young people who have special educational needs or disabilities

Essex Inclusion Statement

Our school supports the Essex Inclusion Statement. Click here to view

Our SENCo
Our SENCo is Mrs Joanne Smart. Mrs Smart has over 20 years of teaching experience and has gained the Masters level National Award for SEN Co-ordination. Mrs Smart is in school on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and can be contacted on senco@coopersaletheydongarnon.essex.sch.uk 
Our school has an ‘open door’ policy and Mrs Smart welcomes all parents to the school to discuss any concerns, either formally or informally.

Our SEND Governor
Our SEND governor is Mrs Lorna Shemmings. Mrs Shemmings can be contacted via the school office on admin@coopersaletheydongarnonprimary.essex.sch.uk

Support for Parents

The Local Offer
Essex County Council has a website providing comprehensive information regarding what is available in the area for families of children with Special Educational Needs.
This can be found at : http://www.essexlocaloffer.org.uk/

The Parent Partnership
The Parent Partnership is a support service available to parents of children with Education and Health Care Plans (EHCPs). They are not linked to schools and offer a free advice service to parents. The Parent Partnership can be contacted by telephone: 01245 436036, or by email: parentpartership@essex.gov.uk

SNAP (Special Needs and Parents)
SNAP is a registered charity offering support, advice and resources for children living in Essex between 0 – 25 years who have any special need or disability.
No formal diagnosis or professional referral is necessary to access SNAP services.

Click here for a direct link to www.snapcharity.org

Educational Psychology Service Parent Helpline
The Educational Psychology Service Parent Helpline is for carers and parents of children and young people up to the age of 19 with concerns about their children’s education or development. Click here to read the Education Psychology Parent Helpline flyer.

Sky Badger Award (Gold): Our School has been awarded a Gold Award in recognition of our achievement in developing disability awareness and working towards a knowledgeable and supportive classroom environment.
Sky Badger Award (Gold): Our School has been awarded a Gold Award in recognition of our achievement in developing disability awareness and working towards a knowledgeable and supportive classroom environment.