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Special Educational Needs


Parental Involvement in school life

17 Nov 2016

How are parents involved in school life?
At Keys Meadow we operate an open door policy and encourage parents to come into school to discuss their child and any concerns or issues.
Parents can speak either to their child’s class teacher or a member of the Inclusion Team as well as Headship Team.  Where parents’ first language is not English an interpreter may be booked, if required, to enable parents’ views to be understood. 

You will be invited to attend a termly meeting with the staff involved to discuss the current needs of your child, their progress and next steps. At these meetings targets are recorded and shared between home and school. At this point it may be necessary to refer to external agencies for further advice and support. Through these school based plans and the outcome of any further interventions it may be determined that your child has SEND. Should a child be identified with SEND, applications can be made to the Local Authority for an Education, Health and Care Plan (this replaces the statutory assessment process which produced Statements of Special Educational Needs) This may result in additional funding or specialist resources being provided for your child.

Two places on the school’s Governing Body are for parents, to ensure the parent’s voice is involved in school decisions. 
Parent workshops are held throughout the year covering a variety of topics.
Parents are also welcome to volunteer in school and we encourage parents to become Parent Representatives to support events or to offer skills or expertise they may have. 
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