Welcome to our Special Educational Needs and Disability section.
At Parkgate Primary, we believe in a partnership between school and home that supports and helps, the learning difficulties or barriers that our children may encounter in their academia or personal and social development.
Our school's SENDco is Mrs Jo Foster and our SEND governor is Mrs Lori Coombes
What to do if you are concerned about your child.
If you are worried about your child in anyway, please make an appointment with the class teacher to discuss your concern. We always have an 'open door' policy to help in anyway.
Should the class teacher need advice on matters raised, they will speak to the SENDco. A meeting between the class teacher, SENDco and yourself may be arranged to discuss further actions.
If you would like to speak to the either the SENDco or SEND governor, they can be contacted directly or through the school office on 0151 336 2082
SEN Information Report
These pages set out information about our provision for children with special educational needs and disability (SEND). They are updated annually.
About our school
Parkgate Primary School is a mainstream school which provides for children with a wide range of special educational needs including those with:
• Communication and interaction needs; this includes children who have speech language and
communication difficulties including autistic spectrum conditions.
• Cognition and Learning needs; this includes children who have learning difficulties and specific learning
difficulties like dyslexia, dyspraxia and dyscalculia.
• Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs.
• Sensory and/or Physical needs; this includes children who have visual or hearing needs, or a physical
disability that affects their learning.
Our SEN policy, SEN report , Cheshire West and Chester (CWAC) Local Offer and information about barriers to learning and 'quality first teaching' (QFT) can be found below.
Below are some of the barriers to learning' a child might experience in their education. In order for them to make progress against their objectives, they will be supported through 'quality first teaching' (QFT) strategies, within the classroom.
In addition to some of the 'barriers to learning', we have listed the QFT strategies used to aid your child in school and at home .