Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Our core values ‘Caring, Sharing, Together Learning’ promote an inclusive school community which meets the needs for all children including those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). We pride ourselves on recognising that every child matters and has the right to achieve to the best of their ability.

 

Please read our SEND information report, Local Offer and Parents Guide for further information about SEND at North Frodingham Primary School.

 

Further information about support and services available can also be found by accessing the East Riding Local Authority Offer:

http://www.eastridinglocaloffer.org.uk/ 

 

Local Authority Education Department –SENDIAS Service on: Tel: (01482) 396469 is available for any parent to contact with queries regarding their child’s Special Educational Need or disability.

 

Other useful contacts for parents;

 

East Riding Family Information Service (FISH)

http://www2.eastriding.gov.uk/living/children-and-families/the-family-information-service-hub/ 

East Riding Voices in Partnership (ERVIP) 
Email sjwervip@hotmail.co.uk 

Phone 07813 676941

https://www.sendirect.org.uk/providers/parent-carer-forums/my-services/east-riding-voices-in-partnership-ervip/ 

National Network of parent carer forums http://www.nnpcf.org.uk/

 

Dyslexia Sparks is Hull and East Yorkshire’s only registered charity for dyslexia. As a registered charity they provide funding to eligible households in Hull and East Yorkshire to help with the cost of diagnostic dyslexia assessments and specialist tuition. They help families of dyslexic individuals through free advice, events and a free monthly parent support group.

http://www.dyslexiasparks.org.uk

 

The link below leads to the Humber Sensory Processing Service. Although unfortunately this specialist service is currently only for children with a Hull GP there is some great advice on how to support children who have sensory processing difficulties such as ideas to support healthy sleep routines

https://sensoryprocessinghub.humber.nhs.uk