Special Educational Needs and Disability
Bosley St Mary’s CE Primary School is an inclusive, caring community school that promotes achievement for everybody through our core Christian values.
Our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator is Mrs Hadfield. She can be contacted through the school office:
- Telephone: 01260 223280
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A list of organisations that can provide help and support can be found here. Please note that Bosley St.Mary's is not responsible for the content of external websites.
Special Educational Needs and Disability Policy
Our Special Educational Needs and Disability Policy (SEND policy) is based on the Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice: 0 to 25 years, 2015 (Code of Practice) and related legislation. You can view our school policy by clicking here.
Bosley St Mary's is part of the Chester Diocesan Academy Trust family of schools. Our SEND policy is informed by the trust's Statement on Special Educational Needs and Disability. You can view that statement by clicking here.
Cheshire East Local Offer
Our policy is compliant with Cheshire East County Council’s Local Offer 0-25 (Local Offer). The Local Offer can be viewed by clicking here. Bosley St Mary's local offer is combined with our SEND information report and is attached below.
SEND Information Report
We produce a detailed report on how we approach our SEND provision. The SEND Information Report is available to download below.
Cheshire East Information and Advice Service - CEIAS
CEIAS offer free confidential support and information to children and young people with SEND, their parents and or their carers. They aim to ensure that you feel more informed and are able to be fully involved in decisions relating to special educational needs provision. You can find out more about CEIAS through their leaftlet below and by clicking here to access their website.
Cheshire East Parent Carer Forum
Cheshire East Parent Carer Forum is a voluntary group of enthusiastic, dedicated parent and family carers who aim to work in partnership with everyone who can help improve the quality of life for children and young people. They advocate for the support of their membership in working with local service commissioners and providers to ensure that parents' voices are heard when making decisions about these services. They also signpost parents to organisations who offer support for parent and family carers in the Cheshire East Local Authority area. You can access their website by clicking here.