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SEND

At NWKAPS we are committed to understanding all of our pupils and supporting them to overcome barriers to their learning. We have an extensive SEND team led by our Deputy Headteacher and Lead for Inclusion, Abi Woodhouse, and our SENCO, Dawn Johnson, who assess where pupils need support and put in place targeted interventions.

 

We ensure that every pupil has a long term plan of support extending into post-16 destination, so the success they experience with us continues into the next phase of their education and training. This could be as simple as a set of strategies for the pupil to follow or supporting a family to achieve an Education Health Care Plan for a specific need.

 

Our SEND policy, SEND information report and SEND Reading Strategy set out how we deliver SEND support across the service and give examples of our practice.

 

 

Arrange a visit

We love to share ideas and work in partnership to help all pupils achieve the best possible outcomes. Please contact us to arrange a visit to meet our SEND team.

 

 

SEND resources for you

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0808 800 4104 01512 372 661 0333 405 4555

 

Kent Local Authority SEND Support

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SEND North (Dartford, Gravesham and Sevenoaks)

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Find out what support the council gives pupils with special educational needs. The ‘school age children’ section outlines funding, the diagnosis process, special schools and school transport. SEND North process applications for EHCPs and provide other support and information for SEND pupils. Support for parents, carers and young people including advice, training and assistance with paperwork and meetings.
03000 41 04 10 (switchboard) 03000 419345 0300 041 3000
     
   
Early Help

 

 
Early Help can be accessed locally at a time and place that suits families. It provides a range of services to help families do well, stay safe and resolve problems before they become more serious.    
03000 41 41 41     

 

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