If you wish to talk to us about your child, or inclusion and support at Sheringham Primary School, you may want to talk to:
Ms Robbins: SENCO
Mr Gritten: Deputy Head Teacher
Sheringham, as part of the Learning in Harmony Trust’, is committed to supporting all children with their learning in order for them to reach their full potential. Through effective coordination of support, between SENCOs, teachers, parents and external agencies, children with the highest needs are assessed and appropriate strategies are put in place to address their barriers to learning. Adults at Sheringham have their expertise developed and used effectively to bring the best provision to our children. All children at Sheringham are offered a range of experiences and taught in a variety of ways which foster interest and motivate them. They are supported into and through the school with effective and carefully planned transition between phases. Sheringham’s ethos is centred on children’s learning and decisions are made with this in mind. The learning environment across the school is rich and encourages learning behaviours and independence in the classroom. Children feel safe at Sheringham and parents are happy with the progress they make.
"When someone starts at the school, people start playing with them. I've done that. It's better to have more people to play with. I think it makes them feel better. It made me feel good too...if I didn't ask him to play I would have felt bad" - Reilly
"Some children need more help. When they start at school, the class help them. We help with their work and you can learn from them too” - Zainab
"I think she's happy! She plays around and dances. She can be loud sometimes and it can distract me but she's part of the class; we're all friends" - Kevin
SEN provision for Children and Young People at
Sheringham Primary School
As part of the Children and Families Act 2013, Local Authorities are required to publish a ‘Local Offer’ which sets out support that is available for children and young people with SEN in the local area.
Newham’s Local Offer is available on the Newham Website and tells parents how to access services in their area and what to expect from these services.
Alongside this, schools are required to publish information about their arrangements for identifying, assessing and making provision for pupils with SEN.
The following information outlines the support and provision pupils with SEN can expect at Sheringham Primary School. Our SEN Information Report includes our school offer, it tells you and our pupils what Sheringham Primary School does to support children who may experience difficulties in their learning. It is important that you know how we help your child, who helps your child, and what you need to do if you are concerned about your child’s education.