At High Legh Primary School we value all children equally whatever the differences in their abilities or behaviours and believe that EVERY child is important.
We work with children, parents and outside agencies to ensure that special needs are understood and appropriately supported.
We aim to ensure that our pupils at High Legh Primary School gain equal access to education through whatever provision may be necessary.
Our SENDCo is Mrs Caroline Dempsey.
We believe it is essential to identify additional needs as early as possible, so if you have any concerns please speak to your child’s class teacher, who will pass information to Mrs Dempsey; this appointment can be made via 01925 753713 or email on email@example.com.
Take a look at the Cheshire East web site called 'Live well', which has information on everything that is available in Cheshire East.
It also includes the new SEND Toolkit which shows how childrens’ SEN needs are met in the authority and in schools.
Follow this link to view the Cheshire East Local Offer.
Useful web sites for Parents and Carers
http://space4autism.com/ Information about ASC workshops and events for children with autism
https://reachoutasc.com/ Resources and support about autism
https://adoptioncounts.org.uk/ Advice and support
https://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/ Dyslexia information and support
https://www.nessy.com/uk/parents/dyslexia-information/ Dyslexia support
https://www.nessy.com/uk/parents/dyslexia-information/9-strengths-dyslexia/ Strengths for people who have Dyslexia
https://dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk/ Dyspraxia information
https://dyspraxiasupport.org/what-is-dyspraxia/ Dyspraxia information
https://www.autism.org.uk/ Information and support about Autistic Spectrum Condition
Information about ADHD
https://childmind.org/article/what-to-do-and-not-do-when-children-are-anxious/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=When%20Children%20Are%20Anxious&utm_campaign=Weekly-03-05-19 Advice and support if your child is anxious
https://childmind.org/audience/for-families/ Offers a huge range of information and support on a range of disorders.
Below is a short film, from the National Autistic Society, that gives an uplifting introduction to autism for young non-autistic audiences, aiming to raise awareness, understanding and tolerance in future generations.
Below is a short film from the British Dyslexia Association that explains Dyslexia.
Below is a short video clip explaining ADHD.