At Greatham, we treat all children as individuals but if a child needs additional support to ensure they can access the curriculum and reach their full potential, the school work together and collaborate with external agencies to ensure that the needs of all children are met to achieve this. Please find below all of our documents relating to SEND. Please click on any link and the relevant file should open in a new window. Our Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) Coordinator is Mrs Dunn. If you would like to make an appointment to see Mrs. Dunn, please contact the school on 01429 870254.
|Greatham Church of England Primary School Medical Needs policy||Download|
|Greatham Church of England Primary School SEND Information Report||Download|
|Greatham Church of England Primary School SEND Policy||Download|
|Greatham Church of England Accessibility Plan||Download|
|Hartlepool Local Offer||Link|
|Hartlepool Families First||Link|
|National Picture SEND Pathfinder||Link|
|Special Educational Needs and Disability - A guide for parents and carers||Link|
|Changes to Special Educations Needs and Disability support - A guide for young people||Link|
|Hartlepool Information, Advice and Support Services (IASS)||Link|
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