Horncastle Primary School is committed to ensuring all pupils receive a suitable education, one that is appropriate to their needs, promotes high standards and the fulfilment of potential. This should enable them to:
- achieve their best;
- become confident individuals living fulfilling lives; and
- make a successful transition into the next stage of their education.
This page provides a range of SEND resources to support parents, including the School’s Information Report, policy and external links.
Key school contacts:
– Mrs Hutson (Inclusion Leader, previously SENDCo). Please contact Mrs Hutson if you have any questions about SEND, either by telephoning the school office or by email (email@example.com).
– Mrs Green (School SEND Governor click here to contact via the school’s enquiries email address).
KEY EXTERNAL CONTACTS
- Liaise (SEND Information, Advice and Support Service in Lincolnshire) Liaise provide free and confidential information, advice and support to parents of children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disability. The Service offers a service to children and young people as well as parents.
- Lincolnshire Parent Carer Forum LPCF is a registered Charity supporting parents and carers of children with disabilities and SEN in Lincolnshire through its parent carer forum.
- Lincolnshire County Council This is an external Lincolnshire County Council site.
KEY EXTERNAL LINKS
- Where do I start with SEND? This is an external Lincolnshire County Council site.
- Lincolnshire Local Offer This is an external Lincolnshire County Council site.
- SEND: Our Guide for Parents and Carers This is an external Department for Education site.
- SEND code of practice: 0 to 25 years This is an external Department for Education site.
Introducing ESCO – Early Support Care Coordination
Early Support Care Coordination (ESCO) is a targeted service within Lincolnshire. ESCO provides early help provision and is committed to improving the delivery of services for disabled children, young people and their families. It enables services to co-ordinate their activity better and provide families with a single point of contact and continuity through key working and face to face information sharing and signposting. ESCO ensures that service delivery is child, young person and family-centred. It focuses on supporting services and practitioners to work in partnership with children, young people and their families.
Please see Mrs Hutson for additional information.
- ESCO website Lincolnshire County Council website