This should take account of their individual learning and emotional needs and should allow each child to fulfil their potential. It is recognised that this will be achieved by inclusive practice involving collaboration, input from schools, parents/carers, LA support services, other agencies and the broader community.
We work within the Wandsworth guidance on provision for children with SEND in mainstream schools which explains the ways children with different additional needs are provided for within the school. All of our staff use the 'Ordinarily Available Provision: Expectations for all Schools/Settings' (published October 2021) to ensure inclusive provision for all pupils within Chesterton.
Click here to download our SEND information report.
Click here to download our SEND and Inclusion policy.
Click here to download our accessibility plan.
Click here to download our accessibility statement.
Click here for the link to the Wandsworth SEND local offer
If there are any complaints about the support provided by the school please talk to the class teacher in the first instance. If you have further concerns, contact the SENCO. For additional support, contact the Deputy Head for Inclusion. If you would like to discuss the matter with the Headteacher, please make an appointment with the school office or our Executive Headteacher. If you would like to contact the Local Academy Committee, please do so in writing.
Please contact our SENCO Mr Keyte with any comments and questions.