Special Educational Needs and Disability Information Report (includes Families First Portal)
Wheatfield Infants' and Nursery School statement on high quality provision and outcomes for children and young people with SEND
The special educational needs and disability (SEND) code of practice (2015) requires all local authorities to describe the special educational provision it expects to be available for children and young people who have SEND. This information describes the arrangements schools should have in place for Hertfordshire children and young people with SEND. For further information on any particular aspect, please click the links provided. (Throughout this document, numbers in brackets refer to the SEND Code of Practice 2015)
The SEND Code of Practice (2015) says we must:
‘All children and young people at Wheatfields Infants' and Nursery School with SEND have access to high quality local provision that meets their needs.’
Our Jointly Agreed Commitments:
From: Hertfordshire County Council, Special Educational Needs and Disability Strategy , 2015-2018, Shaping the Future of SEND in Hertfordshire
1. We will make high quality provision that meets the needs of children and young people with SEND through:
2. We will improve short and long term outcomes for children and young people with SEND through:
3. We will communicate sensitively, appropriately and effectively with parents, children and young people with SEND, engendering trust, confidence, respect and constructive partnership working through:
Further information about the provision at our school can be found on our SEN Information report details of which can be found below.
Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) INFORMATION REPORT 2022 - 2023
AAT SEND Policy
What is the Families First Portal?
This is our directory of organisations, services and groups in Hertfordshire that can help you with problems you or your family may be facing, before things might get worse. This is known as 'Early Help'.
You may not want or need to ask for help from a professional and there's lots of support you can find yourself by looking on the portal.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, email us.
What is Early Help?
We all experience problems at some time and we want to help you find the early help, information support you may need before a situation becomes a crisis.
By providing early help to families and overcoming problems before they get worse, we can :
- Enable children to live and thrive in a family environment;
- Contribute actively to finding solutions to the issues they face;
- Give families choices to find the right kind of support for their needs in the local area;
- Recognise and build on the strengths of the family and improve their situation with our support.
We aim to ensure all key partner agencies take a joined up approach and together, make the best use of their resources to help children, young people and families.
You may not know where to look for early help, and it is difficult to know what services are available and how to use them. Families First can help.