Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Naburn Primary School values all pupils and celebrates diversity of experience, interest and achievement. All pupils need to experience praise, recognition and success, and pupils with SEND have equal entitlement to this.

This policy outlines the framework for the school to meet its duty, obligation and principal equality values to provide a high-quality education to all of its pupils, including pupils with SEND, and to do everything it can to meet the needs of pupils with SEND.

Through successful implementation of this policy, the school aims to:

  • Eliminate discrimination.
  • Promote equal opportunities.
  • Foster good relationships between pupils with SEND and pupils without SEND.Naburn Church of England Primary School SEND Policy

Miss Solanki is the school’s SENDCO (Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Coordinator) and she can be contacted via the school office.  You can read our SEND Policy, and will also find other school policies relating to SEND including information about Accessibility and Equality, on our School Policies & Documents page.  

Naburn CE Primary School SEND Report

Our SEND report is reviewed annually by the Teaching and Learning Committee and was last updated in June 2022. Click here to view the SEND report.

City of York Council SEND information

For information about the provisions in and across York for children with special educational needs and disabilities, please see the SEND local offer in York on the Yor-OK website. Click here to see the CYC SEND newsletter, produced in the summer term of 2021.

York SEND Outcomes Framework

Click to find out more on the Yor-OK website

What if you have a concern or complaint?

We hope that we can all work together to see your child make good progress.  If, however, you have a concern or complaint about the way we have supported and helped your child, the following steps should be taken:

  1. Discuss the matter with the class teacher and/or the SENDCo, Miss Solanki.
  2. If the problem is not resolved arrange a meeting with Jonathan Green the Head Teacher. It may be appropriate for others to be involved in the meeting (e.g. the class teacher, SENDCo or Educational Psychologist). You can also speak with the SEN Governor, Anne Clarke. We will make every effort to resolve the matter in school.
  3. If the problem still remains unresolved you can meet with a representative of the Local Authority.