SEN Information Report – FAQ

SEN Information Report – Frequently Asked Questions

St Anthony’s Girls’ Catholic Academy SEN Information Report is a report that encompasses everything we offer for your son/daughter with regards to their special needs.

What can I expect if I send my child to St Anthony’s Girls’ Catholic Academy?

What should I do if I think my child has Special Educational Needs (SEN)?

How does St Anthony’s Girls’ Catholic Academy organise support for children with SEN?

What happens if my child has a high level of need?

What clubs are available to my child?

How will I be informed about my childs progress?

What additional intervention may my child receive at St Anthony’s Girls’ Catholic Academy?

How will the school prepare and support my child when they join the school or move onto further education or training?

How will St Anthony’s Girls’ Catholic Academy ensure my child is included in all aspects of school life?

How will my child’s needs be identified and assessed?

How will staff in St Anthony’s Girls’ Catholic Academy support my child’s learning?

How will the curriculum be matched to my child’s needs?

What Specialist resources and services are available at or accessed by the School?

How will I be involved in discussing, planning and supporting my child’s education?

What if my child needs transport to or from school?

What care, guidance and support is available at St Anthony’s Girls’ Catholic Academy to ensure the overall wellbeing of my child?

What training have the staff supporting my child had at the School?

Who should I contact for further information about my child?