Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEN/D) at Whyteleafe School
We have an inclusive ethos at Whyteleafe School and have high aspirations for all of our learners. We are very proud to be hold the Inclusion Quality Mark and to be recognised as an Inclusion Centre of Excellence which recognises the excellent work we do in supporting our pupils with needs that are additional to or different from their peers. We are 1 of only 2 schools in Surrey to be awarded Inclusion Centre of Excellence status.
Please see the IQM Review below Dated: 27th February 2019
Our current Inclusion and SEN policy can be located in the document zone section of this website.
Whyteleafe’s SEN/D information report. This provides parents and carers with information about how we support our pupils with additional needs at Whyteleafe School.
In addition, Whyteleafe have worked with other GLF schools to create a ‘Parents’ Guide to SEN’ leaflet summarising how pupils with SEN/D will be supported.
Our School Offer which details the different kinds of provision that may be put in place for pupils within the school, dependent upon their additional needs.
If you have any further questions about your child’s SEN/D provision or support then please contact your child’s class teacher in the first instance and then if you require additional information, Mrs Skipper will be happy to discuss any concerns with you.
South East Surrey Dyslexia Association (SESDA)
Whyteleafe School are affiliated to this association which provide excellent training and information sessions for both teachers and parents or carers. If your child is dyslexic, or if you have concerns that they might be then this association is an excellent source of information. The web address for SESDA is:
|Whyteleafe Primary School review Feb 2017||19th Dec 2017||Download|
|Waves of Intervention||26th Nov 2019||Download|
|SEN Information Report 2019||26th Nov 2019||Download|
|School Provision Map 2019||26th Nov 2019||Download|
|IQM review February 2019||09th Oct 2019||Download|
|A guide for parents and carers||26th Nov 2019||Download|