Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
In line with our school ethos and SEND procedures, we take great care to provide support and provision for children with SEND.
Our Special Needs Coordinators are:
Charlene Skeels (EYFS and Year 1)
Trudie Ottiwell (Years 2,3 and 3/4)
Kate Livesley (Years 4,5 & 6)
Natasha Dunne (KS2)
Please contact the main school office if you would like to make an appointment to meet our SENDCO's.
Downloadable below are:
- Our Local Offer 2019-2020
- A document detailing the provision we offer at Lark Hill to provide support locally for children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities
- Our SEND Information Report 2019-2020
- Accessibility Plan 2019-20
Below is a short video link explaining the Local Offer from Salford City Council detailing how they can help a child with SEND as well as how they can provide support for a family with a child with SEND. More information on the Local Offer is downloadable from the SEND Documents below.
SEND Complaints Procedure.
If you have any queries regarding the SEND provision we offer please speak to the Phase Leader and SENDCo in the first instance. If they do not resolve your complaint to an acceptable standard please make an appointment to see the Executive Headteacher, Wendy McCormack. Please also refer to the Complaints Policy.
If your child has an Education, Health and Care Plan, you can contact our school caseworker, April Platt on 01617780410. SIASS is also a parental support service accessible to all parents and carers. SIASS staff, Jeanette Costello and Maureen Fowler are able to listen to your concerns and support you at a meeting with school. SIASS are contactable at SIASS - Salford Information, Advice and support Service [ Parent Partnership] 2rd Floor Unity House, Swinton Civic Centre, Chorley Rd, Salford. M27 5AW, 0161 778 0343