SEND OfferThis page is in the process of being updated.
At Broadheath, we believe that every pupil, regardless of gender, race or disability, has a right to equal access to a broad and balanced curriculum.
We consider it essential that the curriculum is presented in a supportive and stimulating atmosphere, which values each child and encourages them to achieve their full potential.
This encompasses the four main areas of SEND.
√ Communication and interaction
√ Cognition and learning
√ Social, mental and emotional health
√ Sensory and/or physical
Broadheath CE Primary School’s SEND Information Report is written with full regard to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
To find out more please read this link
A copy of the SEND Policy can found here.
This Worcestershire County Council website provides information about what support and services families can expect to be available across education, health and social care for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), as well as their families. This includes lists of activities for young people with SEND, support groups for parent carers and where to go for advice and support.