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Heybrook Primary and Nursery School is an inclusive setting where we make education available for all. We have high expectations of the children and strive to meet the needs of every child regardless of their attainment level, any physical disability or medical issues. If you have any questions about Special Educational Needs and the provision provided at Heybrook please contact the school and ask to speak to Mrs Michelle Berry our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator.

Our Special Educational Needs Policy outlines how we identify and assess children with SEND and the processes in place for children on the SEND register.

Our SEND Information Report 2019-20 provides information on which types of Special Educational Needs we cater for and the support

The Accessibility Plan explains how the school and nursery buildings are able to meet the physical needs of children with disabilities.

Rochdale Local Authority offer support for parents of children with SEND. For the details of this please follow the link to the local offer: SEND local offer

Rochdale Parent Carers Voice is an independent forum that represents the views and voice of families and young people with additional needs and or disabilities in Rochdale. They are happy for you to contact them if you have any questions or need to seek advice: rochdaleparentcarersvoice.co.uk

In addition to this, parents can get independent help and advice from SENDIASS Rochdale at the following link: Rochdale SENDIASS

If your child has special educational needs and you would like to make a complaint then please see the above SEND information report.

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