Special Educational Needs and Disability

All Hertfordshire maintained schools have a similar approach to meeting the needs of pupils with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND). They are supported by the Local Authority to ensure that all pupils make the best possible progress in school, regardless of their specific needs.  Schools aim to be inclusive with the needs of SEND pupils being met in a mainstream setting wherever possible, if families wish this to happen.
 
At All Saints we are proud of our partnership with parents and carers. If you have concerns about the progress or attainment of your child, you should in the first instance, make an appointment to speak to your class teacher who will liaise with the school’s Special Needs Co-ordinator (SENCo) as appropriate.  Our school’s SENCo is Mrs Lynn Wallace.
 
The progress of our pupils is monitored regularly by class teachers, the senior leadership team and the SENCo, through formal and informal assessments. We know our children well and react quickly when a child’s progress or development is not as expected.
 
Special Needs Information Report

Our Special Needs Information Report helps to explain how children with special educational needs and or disabilities are supported at our school. 

SEND Local Offer
Hertforshire County Council has to provide access to information of what is on offer for children with SEND across the county.

For further information please see the Hertfordshire Local Offer –

https://www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/microsites/local-offer/the-hertfordshire-local-offer.aspx

In support of the County's SEND Local Offer, we have produced our own SEND Quality Offer.