Special Educational Needs (SEN)
SEND at Oldfield Primary School
A pupil is considered to have Special Educational Needs if he or she has defined
difficulties over and above those generally experienced by the majority of his or
her peer group. These difficulties may be sensory, cognitive, physical, social or
emotional and some students may have complex needs, which cover a range of
difficulties. Oldfield Primary School is fully committed to the inclusion of all pupils.
SEN at Oldfield is co-ordinated between the Head teacher, SENCO (Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator) and our SEND Governor.
SENCO – Mrs Nikki Bailey
Head teacher- Mr Alan Brown
SEND Governor - Deanne Morris
As a school we continually strive to develop and foster positive working relationships with our parents and carers as we are aware of the importance and value of working together as a team. Please see our SEND Information Report (under the Policies section of this website) for further information.
If you have any queries or would like to talk to one of the SEN team, please contact the school office who will direct you accordingly. A copy of all our policies, including our SEN policy, is available from the office.