Information and support for Parents
At Barton Junior School, we have high expectations of all children, staff and parents. By working and learning together, we are confident that all children are capable of our core values: aspire, believe, create.
We are committed to providing high-quality education to all children, including any identified as having special education needs and/or a disability. We strive to make sure they are able to access a broad and balanced curriculum and to be fully included in all aspects of schoool life.
For more information, please explore the links below or contact our senco (Miss Buckingham-Dudley) at: email@example.com
Miss O'Dell Headteacher
Mrs Buckingham Dudley SENCO
Miss McConnell Pupil and Parent Support
Barton School SEND policies and information:
Mainstream Core Standards
Provision that the local area expects to be made available for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and/or disabilities attending mainstream schools
Useful Links and Documents
Kent Local OfferThe Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014Kent Family Support Information ServiceKENT SEND information hubKent PactKent Autism Education Service for parents and familiesThe British Dyslexia AssociationThe National Autistic SocietyKent SEND StrategyChildren and Families Act 2014âSEN Code of PracticeA Parent's Easy Read Guide to LIFT
Dyslexia is general term for disorders that involve difficulty in learning to read or interpret words, letters, and other symbols, but that do not affect general intelligence.
For further information please use the link below to find out more...
If you are worried that your child may be dyslexic they can take a short test to see the likeliness.
Please speak to Mrs Buckingham-Dudley if you would like additional advice or an a more in depth assessment which is capable of identifying the chances of dyslexia. This is not a diagnosis tool it does show the possibility of dyslexia.
The Autism Apprentice offer expert guidance and support to families caring for young autistic people (with or without a diagnosis)