Rosewood Primary School is a fully inclusive school and we aim to enable every child to reach their full potential. We use the Special Needs and Disablilty Code of Practice (DFES 2014) to inform our practice in providing for children with special educational needs.
The Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) is responsible for co-ordinating and overseeing all provision for children who have Special Educational Needs or a disabilty (SEND).
Special Educational Needs covers a wide spectrum and applies to children who experience learning difficulties, have behavioural or emotional problems, as well as those who have medical needs, suffer sensory impairment or are disabled.
If you are at all concerned about a difficulty your child is having, please make an appointment to speak to either your child’s class teacher or the SENCo, Mrs Anne Lawrence to see how we can help and support.
In this section of the website are our school's:
Special Educational Needs Policy (which explains how we support children who have additional needs)
Special Educational Needs Report (which tells you how we are performing with our teaching and learning for our SEN children)
Our ‘Local Offer’ (this tells you what our school can offer you and your child and it also gives some useful websites)
Lancashire County Council Local Offer:-
Lancashire Education Authority also gives information about what they can provide for you and your child. There is some very useful information available so if you would like to find out more, please click on the following link: