SEND

Update during Covid-19: May 2020
Some aspects of the law on education, health and care (EHC) needs assessments and plans have changed temporarily to give local authorities, health commissioning bodies , education settings and other bodies who contribute to these processes more flexibility in responding to the demands placed on them by coronavirus (COVID-19).

The full guidance on this can be found here:

SEND provision at St George's CE Primary:
Whilst we are making all reasonable endeavours in order to meet the needs of all pupils attending St George's CE Primary School at this time, we are not able to fulfil all of the provision outlined in our SEND information report. If you have any concerns about about support for your child please speak to the school SEND team.

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Meeting the needs of Pupils with Special Educational Needs and disabilities 
The SEND Code of Practice states that children have special educational needs (SEND) if they have a learning difficulty which calls for special education provision to be made for them. Provision is that which is additional to or different from the support given to children of the same age. 

St George’s supports children with a variety of SEND, within each of the four broad areas of needs, including communication and interaction, cognition and learning; social emotional and mental health; sensory and/or physical needs. 

For any queries, concerns or complaints in relation to special education needs, please contact our SEND Team, namely Mrs Michelle Fahey our Inclusions Manager or Mrs Anna Payne, SEND assistant.

Click here to see our SEND Information Report and SEND Policy.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Further information for pupils and their families can be found at: 
Bromley Parent Voice 0208 776 3170 bromleyparentvoice.org.uk

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