Please access our SEND report here:
Some children have a learning difficulty or disability that makes it harder for them to learn. These children will need extra help from school, this might be for a short time or throughout their time in education.
It is important that we recognise that all children are different and have the right to be supported to achieve their potential.
A child has a Special Educational Need or Disability if they have significantly greater difficulty in learning that the majority of others the same age or have a disability which prevents or hinders their use of the facilities generally provided for their age.
Where to find help and information:
Talk to school (Miss A Abrahams – Assistant Headteacher)
If you think your child might need extra help or support with their education, the first step is to talk to someone in school. We will listen to your concerns and discuss how we feel we can best help.
If we identify, with support from the learning support service, that your child has Special Educational Needs, we will arrange a meeting to discuss what type of support your child might need.
Find out about resources, services, support, activities and events for Rotherham’s children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
Click the link below to access the RMBC local offer.
Click the link below to access the Rotherham Parent Forum Limited.
Rotherham SENDIASS (Special Educational Needs and Disability Information, Advice and Support Service) is the new name for Rotherham Parent Partnership.
They can offer you impartial information, advice and support if you are:
- A parent or carer for a child or young person up to age 25 with special educational needs or disabilities.
- A child up to age 16 who has special educational needs or disabilities.
- A young person aged 16-25 who has special educational needs or disabilities
Click the link below to access Rotherham SENDIASS
There is also a link below to a parent’s guide to SEND