Address       :  Condover C.E. Primary School, Condover, Shrewsbury.  SY5 7AA

  Phone          : 01743 872 108                 Email    : admin@condoverschool.co.uk


Welcome to the website of Condover C.E. Primary school

Governors Report on SEN


The Governor with responsibility for SEN is Lisa Peters and the governor responsible for Parent Governor Liaison is Sara Miles. If there are any issues you wish to discuss with either of them, then please contact the school to make an appointment.


Lisa Peters meets with the SEN Co-ordinator at least once a term to discuss the SEN provision, attainment and updates in the school.


The SEN provision is outlined in the Special Educational Needs Policy, which reflects the SEN Code of Practice (2001) and LA guidance.


It is available under the policies tab or you can get a hard copy by contacting the school’s administrator.


Last year the school made provision for 18 children.2 pupils had statements, 12 children were identified and assessed as being at School Action and 4 children were identified and assessed as being at School Action Plus.


There are many external support agencies that can provide additional support and advice for children and school. Last year the agencies the school used for children at School Action Plus were: LSAT, CAMHs, Educational Psychologist, School Nurse, Advisory teacher for travellers, Young Carers and multicultural services.


School provision, allocated to meet the needs of children with identified SEN, is organised and delivered in a variety of ways. This could include additional support in class, individual or small group withdrawal, meetings with external professionals


Arrangements for the admission of children with SEN and/or disabilities are outlined in the school’s admission policy.


Children’s progress is reviewed on a regular basis and at least termly.


The school has been successful in meeting the needs of SEN children. Pupil success was evident from the following comments from the last OFSTED inspection.


‘”Disabled pupils and those who have special educational needs achieve at least as well as other pupils because teachers and teaching assistants give them the additional help they need to make progress that is at least as rapid as their peers.” (OFSTED October  2012)


There is also an Accessibility Plan and a Disability Equality Scheme in school.


Governor Roles
and responsibilities