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SEND and medical needs

Our school is a fully inclusive  community and involves all members in decision-making and policy development.  We regard staff, parents and pupils as undertaking a joint enterprise to make learning exciting and positive for all of us.  We are all members of a team working co-operatively to this end.  The expertise of parents and carers is highly valued.

Free information session for parents and carers of children with SEND about how to find clear information and support. 

28 September, 20 October, 30 November 2021 


Whether you’re new to SEND or already on your journey, this session is aimed at parent/carers supporting their child with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) who would like to find out more about SEND support. Previous sessions have sold out, so book early! 

The session aims to help parents understand how they can access information and which services may be available for them. There is discussion about the graduated response and the terminology around SEND used in schools. e.g. universal, targeted, specialist services. You can also find out more about working with school in an assess, plan, do and review type approach. 

The sessions also aims to signpost to information and service websites that are already out there and linked to the Devon Local offer webpage. 

They are delivered in a varied virtual format –  a mix of presentation and discussion with questions at the end. 

If you would like to know more about the sessions please email:

We work within the SEND policies of the First Federation Trust.

More details about our provision for children with special  educational needs and disabilities, as well as children with special medical needs, including the First Federation's approach, policies, what Devon offers and other useful information is available on the First Federation website by clicking on the link below:

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