Our SENDCo is Mrs Sue Whidborne.
If you wish to discuss any aspect of SEND, please contact Sue via the office email: email@example.com.
Our vision for our school includes the wider community beyond the school gates and our task together to nurture wise, compassionate citizens with the power to make a difference. St Ebbe’s is diverse: our children are a rich, colourful, unique mix of abilities, energy, life stories and complexities.
To nurture and support all the children in our school we believe in Equity, Equality and Justice. We accept difference and foster individuality. We welcome a child’s curiosity, allowing them to question and wonder as they begin to make sense of our world and themselves. Feeling safe and knowing you are accepted is key to a child’s ability to thrive.
Our school community wholly accepts the many ways our children manage and engage with their learning journeys, albeit differently but with equal expectation from the school community. We do not judge diversity. We accept difference in all areas of school, allowing our SEND children to feel accepted, included, supported and an equal part of the St Ebbe’s family where we courageously strive to make a difference together.
Our staff are skilled in communicating in a variety of ways and strive to make connections and find common ground to build strong healthy relationships that allow our children to feel safe, accepted, and heard, so that effective and enjoyable learning can take place.
SEND Information Report
This report sets out information about our provision for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). It is updated annually. You can read the report below: