King’s Bolton is committed to providing a high-quality, ambitious and inclusive education to all the children within our schools. We vow to make sure no child is left behind in their learning and this includes pupils with SEND.
Name of Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator:
Miss K Williams (SENDCo)
You can find details of the Local Authority SEND Offer here:
Bolton Local Authority SEND offer
SEND Information ReportAccessibility Plan 22-25
Reports sent 5 times a year on assessment data
Parents’ evening contact between the parents and teaching staff
Regular updates on any support we have in place for your child and the next steps
If short term intervention does not address the issues raised and greater needs are identified, the child, with consent of the parent/carer will be placed on the Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Register (SEND).
All children on the SEND register will have a personal support Plan which details the support a child will receive and the targets that have been set for them.
During the meeting, the level of support required will be discussed.
This may be any or all of the following:
Following the meeting, the SENDCo will conduct initial assessments to inform the nature and level of support required by the child.
It is important that you speak to the school, either by contacting the teacher or asking to speak to the SENDCo about your concerns.
A child of compulsory school age or a young person has a learning difficulty or disability if he or she:
Special educational provision is education or training provision that is additional to, or different from, that made for other children or young people of the same age in mainstream schools.
If your child has been diagnosed with special educational needs and disabilities, you can find support information at the following links:
SEND information for parents and carers - Family Action
Parents & family | Dyspraxia Foundation
Developmental co-ordination disorder (dyspraxia) in children
Parents Mental Health Support | Advice for Your Child | Young Minds
Children and young people's mental health services (CYPMHS) information for parents and carers - NHS
Mental health in children and young people | Mental Health Foundation