Special Educational Needs & Disability
Cove School is a mainstream secondary school for children aged 11-16 with a specialist resourced provision for children with a hearing impairment. The resourced provision is lead by a fully trained Teacher of the Deaf.
At Cove school we regard inclusion as synonymous with Equal Opportunity. Everyone has the right to participate in society and should therefore have the opportunity to learn within their community. Inclusion is the process of removing barriers to participation and learning so that everyone benefits fully from educational opportunities.
Inclusion not only respects but also welcomes and celebrates diversity.
We believe that all children should be valued equally regardless of their abilities, background, circumstances or behaviour. (see also ‘Cove School; Single Equality Statement’ and ‘Cove School Our Commitment to Inclusion’, copies of which can be provided on request)
You can download the detailed SEN Policy at the bottom of this page!
Commonly Asked Questions...
- How do we know if your child needs extra help?
- How will both you and I know how my child is doing?
- How will the education setting staff support my child?
- How will the curriculum be matched to my child's needs?
- How much support my child will receive?
- What support will there be for my child's wellbeing?
- What training is provided for staff?
- How accessible is your education setting?
- How are parent carers/ young people involved?
- What steps should I take if I have a concern?
- How will the school support my child at transitions?
- Where can I get further information?
Contact details of support services for parents/carers of pupils with SEN
Parents/Carers who require support services can contact Support4SEND. The aim of this service is to enable parents/cares to make well-informed decisions in the best interest of their child.
A confidential helpline service
A website where parents/carers can view information about the service
A range of resources relating to educational issues
1:1 support by telephone, email or face to face
You can contact in different ways:
Phone 01962 845870
If it is difficult for you to contact Support4SEND you can give permission for someone else to contact them on your behalf.
The local authority local offer
Our contribution to the local offer is: available on our school website via our SEN information report and SEN policy.
Our local authority’s local offer is published here: