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Special Educational Needs

SEND Information Report


SEAMAT is an inclusive Multi-Academy Trust. We support our pupils in the four broad areas of SEND:


  1. Communication and Interaction
  2. Cognition and Learning
  3. Social, Emotional and Mental Health
  4. Sensory and/or Physical

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What does this mean for the children?


  • All children have access to a broad and rich curriculum which meets individual needs.
  • All children will be monitored and assessed as part of our differentiated curriculum and planning process. Pupil progress meetings are held regularly.
  • If a child is deemed to have a significant learning difficulty, a graduated approach will be put into place. 
  • All children will have their own targets to work towards.
  • Identified children are provided with interventions which match their individual needs.
  • We work in partnership with the child, parents/carers and other agencies to ensure children receive the support which matches their individual needs.


SEND Support


This can take many forms such as:


  • Quality first teaching
  • The school will follow a graduated approach to your child’s learning. It will follow the sequence of Assess, Plan, Do, Review. 
  • Planning, making, adapting or providing specific materials, equipment or resources by the class teacher and/ or LSA 
  • Liaising with other professionals
  • Targeted support and intervention 
  • Pupil voice
  • Learning Mentor sessions 
  • Adapted timetables
  • Encouraging children to ask questions, try new things, self-select equipment and make decisions about what might help them in their independence
  • Support emotional needs 
  • Setting up and supporting behaviour support plans
  • Supporting with physical needs or personal care
  • Supporting with transition
  • Staff training 


How do I know about my child’s progress?


We recognise that working in partnership with parents/carers leads to the best outcomes for all children. We have both informal and formal methods of communication.


  • Open door policy
  • Home/school partnership books
  • Home learning tasks
  • Parent/carer information sessions
  • Talk and share
  • Celebration Assemblies
  • Annual Reports
  • Visits from outside agencies
  • EHCP reviews
  • ASI/AIS meetings 
  • Individual Healthcare Plans


SEND Register


  • If a child is placed on the SEND register parents/ carers will be informed.
  • We will meet once a term to create and reviews outcomes for your child. This will be a person-centred ASI/AIS meeting (additional support and intervention)
  • Parents and carers will be asked to fill out a view sheet to bring to the meeting. The child will create a one-page profile with their teacher which will be brought to the meeting.
  • Please feel free to contact the class teacher in-between meetings, via the partnership book. These will be dealt with and passed on to the Inclusion Lead if needed.
  • The ASI/AIS meetings are run by the class teacher.
  • If your child has an EHC plan with have an annual review in addition.


(Please see our SEND Policy for further information)


What to do if you have concerns about your child?


  • Speak to class teacher and arrange a meeting to plan next steps. 
  • Each school has a named Inclusion Lead who co-ordinates provision:


North Crescent Primary School - Miss K Tucker

Rayleigh Primary School- Mrs Eagling 

Wyburns Primary School- Jennifer Milner


Outside Agencies


We work in close partnership with a variety of multi agencies with a wealth of expertise. Some of these include;



The county provides A Local Offer. The purpose of this Local Offer is to enable parents and young people to see more clearly what services in this area are available for those with SEN or disability and how to access them. The Local Offer includes provision from Birth -25 years across education, health and social care. The website to access the Local offer was launched on 1st September 2014, and can be found at


Please speak to the Headteacher if you have any concerns.