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Violet Way Academy

Violet Way Academy

SEND

Mrs Magill
SENDCO

Our Special Education Needs and Disability (SEND) Co-ordinator is Mrs MagGill.

Our Inclusion Manager is Mrs Dawson. 

The documents on this page show how Violet Way Academy supports pupils with Special Educational Needs & Disability and how you as a parent can support your child at home and at school. If you cannot find the information you are looking for, you are welcome to contact our Inclusion Manager Mrs Dawson directly by email: m.dawson@violetway.org 

If you wish to arrange an appointment, please contact us by email us office@violetway.org or call us on 01283 248530.

Our SEN School Information Report can be viewed at the link below:

We have produced an easy-to-read document that helps explain how we support SEND at Violet Way Academy. Click on the link below. Paper copies are also available at the school office.

 

​What is the Local Offer?

All Local Authorities are required to publish information about their services and what they expected to be available in their area to support children and young people from birth to 25 that have Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND). They also have to document alternative services from outside the area that children and young people from within their area could access. This publication is also known as the 'Local Offer'. The Local Offer has information about education, health and care services, leisure activities and support groups all in one convenient place.

Staffordshire's Local Offer site and home page can be found at:

Staffordshire Local Offer Homepage

SEN Support in Mainstream Schools

Accessibility Plan

This plan sets out the proposals of the Governing Body of the school to increase access to education for disabled pupils. Click on the link below: 

At Violet Way Academy we celebrate the fact the every child is unique and therefore has different learning needs. Every Classroom caters for every child's specific learning needs. All staff have had up to date training and they understand that pupils need to learn in different ways and have different learning needs.​ The Department for Education offer Parents guidance and this document can be found below: