Supporting Special Education needs and Disabilities at Beechview
At Beechview, we aim to provide an inclusive education in which all children are encouraged to reach out and fulfil their potential. Quality teaching is an essential element in this, along with the recognition that some children will require additional or adapted provision to minimise barriers to learning and maximise progress.
The provision for these children is supported by our SEND co-ordinator, Ms F Ahmad, and the SEND team.
Contact details: Phone: 01494 527113
Connect Coffee Sessions - Every Wednesday!
Coffee meetings are a great way for parents and carers to meet and share experiences with regard to their SEN children. At Beechview Academy, we would like to offer you a safe and caring space where you can share your worries and concerns as well as your child’s strengths and successes with other parents of SEN children. We want parents and carers to feel supported and listened to and to have the opportunities to meet other parents and carers who may have had similar experiences.
We are holding our Connect Coffee Sessions for parents and carers who have children with special educational needs. We would like to provide regular opportunities for you to come together in a welcoming space and enjoy a coffee and a chat.
These sessions will be on Wednesday Afternoons from 2:15pm until the end of the school day at Beechview Academy. Please come to the main school entrance. Mrs Holland will be running these sessions, as she has a child at the school who has SEN also and is keen to ensure there is a forum for everyone.
Please find below the link to our SEND policy:
The Local Offer
The Children and Families Act 2014 requires all Local Authorities to produce a Local Offer which sets out in one place information about services available for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
The Local Offer sets out the support that should be on offer to children and young people aged 0 to 25 years with SEND. This includes people who do not have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP). The Local Offer explains how to access these services and can signpost to the right place.
Developmental Language Disorder (DLD)
SEND IAS Service
Buckinghamshire Special Educational Needs and Disability Information, Advice and Support
All local authorities, by law, have to provide children and young people with Special Educational Needs or disabilities, and their parents, with information and advice. Buckinghamshire SEND IAS Service is the information, advice and support service here. Our service is confidential and at arm’s length from Buckinghamshire Council.
01296 383 754