Special Educational Needs
At Wood End, we are proud to provide a safe, stimulating and inclusive learning environment where every member of our school community is valued and respected. We have high expectations of all our children. We promote high standards in learning, behaviour and attitude, encouraging every child to reach their full potential, academically and socially. Our SENDCo Mrs S Millar is contactable via the school office.
If you have a child with special educational needs and/or a disability, or you are concerned that your child may have special education needs, the above website offers lots of information about services and support networks that are available to you. It also gives information about local events and things you can do with your child.
Information about support and services for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities in St Albans and Harpenden.
This is full of information about what has been happening in SEN during the Autumn term in our area, and about courses and workshops coming up in the Spring term.
The Educational Psychology service has organised a 'Contact Line' that parents and professionals in Hertfordshire can call if they have a concern about a child, or would like to find out more information about the service.
A website for parents. carers and children. It gives information about services and advice for physical and mental health. There is also a 'kid's site' with games to play linked to various aspects of their health.
A great website for parents, children and professionals to learn more about children's mental health and the services and help available.
DSPL7 has arranged a variety of courses for any dad, grandfather, adoptive/foster father caring for a child under 11 years old with any additional need, learning/physical disability and/or chronic health condition. They focus on dealing with difficulties such as: challenging behaviours, anger and anxiety.
A free and confidential service for parents/carers of children who attend the partnership schools. They will support you and your family with any concerns you may be facing with your child at home or school, however large or small the problem. They can offer anything from one conversation to a longer period of support. They also run various courses and workshops on a variety of topics.