COMPLIANCE

This policy complies with the statutory requirement laid out in the SEND Code of Practice 0-25 (1st September 2014) 3.65 and has been written with reference to the following guidance and documents:

  • Equality Act 2010: advice for schools DfE 2013
  • SEND Code of Practice 0 -25 (2014)
  • Schools SEN Information Report Regulations (2014)

 

 

 

 

KEY CONTACT DETAILS FOR SEN PROVISION

School: 0121 453 1778, admin@colmers.school

Headteacher: Barry Doherty, bdoherty@colmers.school

Assistant Headteacher & SENDCO: Hannah Moloney, hmoloney@colmers.school

SENDCO’s qualifications:              BA (Hons), University of Birmingham

PGCE, University of Bath

PG Dip Education, University of Bath

NA SENCO, Bath Spa University

PG Dip SpLD/Dyslexia, Bath Spa University

 

Contact the SEN Governor at: admin@colmers.bham.sch.uk

 

 

 

COMPLIMENTARY POLICIES

  • National Curriculum Key Stage 3 framework document
  • Safeguarding Policy
  • Accessibility Plan
  • Teachers Standards

 

 

 

This policy was created by the School’s SENDCO, Hannah Moloney, in liaison with an SEN Governor, the Senior Leadership Team and all staff and parents of students with SEND.

 

Vision 2020 Mission Statement

Introduction

Colmers School will remain a focal point of pride and optimism in the local community which it serves. The momentum of Colmers’ progress will be sustained through the pursuit of a world class educational experience for every student that joins our community of lifelong learners.

In sixty or seventy years, our retired students must establish a link between the strong foundation created at Colmers and the joys and successes they have experienced throughout their life. That job, that friendship, that relationship, that discovery, that eternal contribution to the world they entered, should in some way be attributed or linked to the person that emerged from their education at Colmers. Their memories of other students and of staff should be rich and packed with both nostalgia and affection. In short, they must remember their time at Colmers as amongst the best days of their life – a time when they were encouraged to become their best self and face life’s hurdles and hardships with optimism, self-belief and passion.

The future of Colmers students, and therefore the school, rests on all students, regardless of background, achieving excellence by belonging together and challenging their mind-sets.

 

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