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Our special educational needs (SEN) co-ordinator (SENCo) is Mr Dey. He can be contacted through the school office on 0191 605 3407 or by emailing office@wallsendstpeters.org.uk. 

Wallsend St Peters C. Of E. Primary School is a caring and supportive school where a positive approach is taken towards children’s development and achievements. All children are given fair access to the whole curriculum and we seek to address the needs of all pupils who may have special educational needs by following the Special Educational Needs and Disability: 0-25 years Code of Practice. The school has a single equality scheme in place that demonstrates our commitment to ensure that no child experiences discrimination because of their special need or disability. 
 
Wallsend St Peters C. Of E. Primary ensures all pupils: 
• Have a wide, balanced, innovative and creative curriculum which meets the needs of all learners 
• Can learn and make progress according to their ability that is based on rigorous assessment 
• Have fair access to resources, provision and interventions as needed

North Tyneside Local Authority Local Offer

 

The Local Authority is also required to publish it’s Local Offer for child and young people with Special educational Needs and Disabilities. The information can be found by following this link:

 

North Tyneside Local Offer 

Educational Psychology Service Leaflet

Educational Psychology Service 

 

The North Tyneside Educational Psychology Service is a highly skilled team of Educational Psychologists (EPs), all of whom are registered with The Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) and compliant with their standards of proficiency. 

North Tyneside Parent Carer Forum

 

"We are a group of parents and carers of children, young people and adults aged 0-25 who have special educational needs and/or disabilities who live in North Tyneside. Our aim is to support parents and carers in our community enabling them to access services and give them a voice in shaping and developing these services."

 

North Tyneside Parent Carer Forum

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