Hindley Junior & Infant School


Argyle Street, Hindley. WN2 3PN
Tel. 01942 255339
Email. enquiries@admin.hindley.wigan.sch.uk

 

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

 

SENCo Managers - Mrs Isherwood & Miss McKeever
E-Mail - mrs.isherwood@hindley.wigan.sch,uk or miss.mckeever@hindley.wigan.sch,uk
Tel - 01942 255339

Hindley J and I School is a resourced place school providing facilities for those with complex, physical and medical needs to be included within a mainstream setting. We aim to create a welcoming, caring environment, raising the aspirations of, and expectations for all pupils with special educational needs and disabilities, with a focus on outcomes for children and young people. We believe all children and young people are entitled to an education that enables them to make progress so that they:

  • achieve their best;
  • Become confident individuals living fulfilling lives, and;
  • Make successful transitions.

Pupils identified with SEN

Type of SEN

School

National

% of pupils with SEN Support

17.8%

13%

% of pupils with Education, Health & Care Plan (EHC) or Statement

1%

1.4%

 

Please follow the link below to see the schools SEN report. This details the provision for SEN at Hindley J & I and seeks to answer FAQ.

To discuss any part of the offer and policy please speak to a SENCo manager. We value your thoughts and input, if there is anything you feel is missing or unanswered in the policy and offer, please get in touch.

Accessibilty
Click on link above to see our Accessibility Plan

  SEN information
Click on the link above to see our SEN Information Report 2018
Policy
Click on the link above to see the schools admission policy for children with physical and medical needs
Policy
Click on the link above to see the schools SEN policy
This policy has been reviewed by our parents.

Overview
Click on the link above to see a quick overview of our SEN policy

 

 

Wigan Council SEND
Click on the link above to visit the Wigan Council SEND Local Offer

 

DEF SEND

Click on the link above to see the Department for Education SEN guide for parents and carers

 

 

Young Minds
Find information about ADHD, Autism,mental health etc.

 

UK Fostering

 



 

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