SEND

Snaith School SEND

Leaders have a good understanding of the needs of pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities, and monitor their progress carefully’ OFSTED 2017

Good levels of support are provided for vulnerable pupils, particularly for those with medical needs’ OFSTED 2017

The Infinity Department is a busy and successful department at The Snaith School. The function of the department is to stretch and challenge pupils in their learning by providing them with the means to access the curriculum by removing any barriers to learning individuals may experience.


The Special Education Needs and Disability Co-ordinator for the school is Alison Walker.

 

 

SEND Information

SEND Policy 2020 - 2021 (Click to open)

SEND Information Report 2021 - 2022 (Click to open) 

Education Alliance SEND Policy (Click to open)

 

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