What do all of the acronyms stand for?
Who should I contact if I want to find out about how the school supports my child?
Is there someone I can speak to before my child starts school?
What do you do for children with SEND at St John Vianney?
How do you know if a child has SEND and how will I know if my child is receiving support?
Where can I find information about the school SEND policy?
How will I know if my child is making progress?
How do your teachers help my child to learn?
How have you made the school building and site safe and welcoming for children with SEND?
Do you provide additional support for children with SEND?
What school clubs and activities are available for children with SEND?
How does our school support pupil's emotional and social development?
What expertise exist and what training do adults in school receive to support children with SEND?
What happens if my child needs specialist equipment or other facilities?
Who will help me to support my child at home?
How is my child involved in his/her learning?
Who should I contact if I'm not happy with my child's learning/progress?
Who else provides services in school for children with SEND?
Who should I contact to find out about support offered for parents and families?
How will you help my child make a successful move to the next class or to secondary school?
Where can I find out about other services that might be available for our family and my child?
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