Our school SENCO is Mrs Hankins. The SENCO has a critical role to play in ensuring that children with special educational needs and disabilities within a school receive the support they need. It is the SENCO's job to oversee and coordinate support for children who need extra input to enable them to achieve; this involves working with teachers, children, parents and other agencies. 
We are also very fortunate to have a Pastoral Support worker, who is available on Mondays and Fridays. She works alongside the SENCO to support children and families.
'Reaching for the Stars with Aspiration and Hope'
What does this mean?
Our school provides a broad and balanced curriculum for all children. Some children have individual learning needs, which could create barriers to learning. Teachers are trained to recognise these and make additional provision to support these pupils to enable them to participate effectively in the curriculum and make good progress, reaching for the stars in their learning and believing in themselves- having aspiration and hope. Special educational needs and/or disability may be experienced by an individual either throughout or at any time throughout their school career.  Children with special needs often have low self-esteem and so it is so important that we support them to feel hope and aspiration- that they can do it!!