Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
At St Joseph’s we are committed to offering an inclusive curriculum to ensure the best possible progress for all our children, whatever their needs or abilities. They are helped to develop confidence in their own abilities and strengths in all areas of their school life. Support is provided for any child who may at any time in their school career require different or additional provision to help them achieve their full potential. These pupils may be on the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Register or from nationally recognised groups which are vulnerable to underachievement such as Looked After Children (LAC), pupils eligible for free school meals (FSM), currently referred to as Pupil Premium pupils (PP) and those from ethnic minority groups (EM).
To see our School Offer, Policy and SEND Information Report please click on the documents below.
Our Senco is Miss Edwards. Contact Details: 0208-863-8531 Email: email@example.com
Harrow Local Offer
Harrow's Local Offer provides information about services for children and young people 0-25 with Special Educational Needs & Disabilities. The Local offer has been created by parents and professionals. The Local Offer focusses on Early Years, Education, Employment & Training, Health, Lesiure, Local Information & Advice, Money Benefits, Social Care and Young Adults. https://harrowlocaloffer.co.uk/
Harrow Parent Forum (HPF)
Harrow Parent Forum is a friendly, motivated, supportive and empowered community of parents with children/young people with special needs/disability, living in the borough of Harrow. The steering group represents families of any SEN/disabled child from birth to 25 years. They meet with professionals to help shape services for families of SEN/disabled children through feedback, and consultations with other parents in the forum. They are all parents, volunteering their own time, and work on behalf of all families. They ensure your voices are heard and help make change happen. For more information, please go to https://www.harrowparentforum.org/