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Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

At Thurcroft Infant School we are passionate about providing the best possible education for all our pupils, including those with additional needs. We want all of our children to reach their full potential and develop as individuals.
Children’s mental health and wellbeing is paramount. Our nurturing approach offers a range of opportunities for children to engage with activities and experiences, giving them the social and emotional skills to do well at school both socially and academically.


We equip them with skills to develop their resilience and their capacity to deal more confidently with the trials and tribulations of life.


We understand that the liaison between parents/carers is crucial to making this a success and want to work with parents to get the best from their children. We highly value the partnership between home and school and welcome collaborative working in order to best support our pupils.

If you would like to know more about our SEND please feel free to contact us. We would love to hear from you!

Below are the policies that we abide by at Thurcroft Infant School.  

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Mrs S Mellor
SENCo

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Miss A Thompson
SENCo

Accessibility Plan

SEND - A guide

for parents and

carers

Rotherham SEND

Strategy

SEND Policy

SEND Report

SEND Overview 2023-2024

Download SEND Overview

You can view our SEND overview below. Click on the images to view them full size.
You can download the SEND overview as a PDF using the button to the right.

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We have no responsibility for content on the following pages but they may be able to offer you support on advice on SEND:

SEND Code of Practice

National Autistic Society

Rotherham Local Offer

PDA Society

SENDIASS

Autism Education Trust

Rotherham Parent Carers Forum

British Dyslexia Association

Contact a Family

Young Minds - ADHD

Relate

ADHD Foundation

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