The School Offer for SEND

Special Educational Needs / Disability Provision at Layton School is provision that is additional to, or different from, that generally made for children of the same age.


All children attending Layton School have a right to experience the whole of the Early Years Foundation Stage / National Curriculum and R.E.


All pupils will be offered full access to as broad and balanced an education as possible whilst being differentiated, where appropriate, to meet their needs.


A child with SEN/D will have his/her needs met in a fully inclusive environment.


Pupil and parent views will be sought as part of the vital role in supporting their own/child’s learning and development.


The school employs a Speech and Language Therapist for 2 days per week and an Occupational Therapist for 0.5 days per week.


We also have a Learning Mentor and 2 Family Engagement Workers who work with children and their families to ensure children are able to make the most of the educational opportunities available to them.


Layton School liaises with the Local Authority SEN/D department for advice and support from a range of services. This is done via the SENCO.


We are proud to work with a range of external agencies as continued support for children and families ensuring their educational, health and social needs are met.

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