Governors report on Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) | Chellaston Infant School

Governors report on Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

2017-18 School Information Report on SEND

Admissions-Policy 2016

Inclusion Policy

Safeguarding & Child-Protection-Policy

Behaviour Policy

Admissions (taken from the Inclusion policy)

The Governing Body believes that the admissions criteria should not discriminate against pupils with SEN and has due regard for the practice advocated in the Code of Practice, in that ‘ All schools should admit pupils already identified as having SEND.  Pupils with special educational needs  but without statements must be treated as fairly as all other applicants for admission’.  (COP 1:33)

The school will not automatically refuse entry to a pupil on the grounds that they have special, social, educational or behavioural needs as long as they have the necessary resources to meet the specific individual needs of that particular child.

Chellaston Infant School also has a duty to the Disability Discrimination Act and therefore will:

  • not deny a child access to school because of their disability;
  • make reasonable adjustments for all pupils with a disability as defined by the Act;
  • be anticipatory in our duty in terms of the pupils that might attend the school at a later date.


Click here to view the Access Plan

To view the attainment of our SEND pupils compared to their peers at the end of Key Stage 1 click here.

SEND pupils compared to non-SEND pupils at the end of Foundation Stage 2 click here.