At Warren Primary Academy, we strive to provide an inclusive environment for all pupils. Our curriculum is engaging, broad and balanced and provides bespoke support to enable all pupils to access all subjects. All pupils are fully integrated in the school community and are able engage in all school activities when reasonable adjustments are made. We want all children to feel confident, valued and encouraged to reach their full potential. We recognize parent and carer relationships are key to support each child’s learning journey, and we work as a team around the child to ensure the best for each individual.
Our SENDCo (Special Educational Needs Co-Ordinator) at Warren Academy is Amie Bennett. Mrs Bennett is at Warren every Thursday and Friday.
How do we support pupils with SEND?
Please see our SEND policy which outlines the support and procedures we follow at Warren Academy to support pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
Within the SEND information report, you will find details about how we identify and support pupils with SEND at Warren. In addition to this, you will find information on how we adapt our curriculum and how we support children at transition points, as well as many other topics.
In September 2014, the government made changes to the way that children and young people aged 0 to 25, with SEND are supported. This included making Local Authorities produce a ‘Local Offer’. The Local Offer collates useful information across education, health and social care within one website. On the website, you can find information, advice and guidance, as well as a range of provider services, who support children and young people with SEND.
Here are the links to the Local Offer websites depending on whether you have a city or county postcode:
Nottingham City Local Offer:
Nottingham County Local Offer:
All our other policies can be found by following the link below: