SEN Information Report We present our SEN Information Report in order to inform parents/carers about twelve important aspects of our provision for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). How do our school leaders ensure that children feel included and achieve their potential? How do we make sure that children with SEND enjoy a broad and balanced curriculum? How do we develop the skills, knowledge and expertise of school staff? How do we make sure that our school and classrooms are safe, accessible and stimulating? How do we identify, assess and plan support for children with SEND? How do we work in partnership with parents and carers? How do we make sure that teaching and support help your child make good progress? How do we listen and respond to children and young people with SEND? How do specialist professionals support the progress and well-being of children with SEND? How do we manage transitions for children joining or leaving our school? How do we review your child’s progress? How do we support children’s well-being, safety, attendance and positive behaviour?