SEN and Disabilities
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Local Offer
Schools are required to publish information about services they provide for children with disabilities and Special Educational Needs. This is called the ‘local offer’. This document also contains the information which the Governing Board is required to report on regarding Special Educational Needs. We review this document annually and it also serves as our Special Education Needs Annual Report for the school.
The intention is to offer choice and transparency for families, as well as providing a resource for professionals to detail the range of services and provision locally.
Our local offer document for Mortimer St. Mary’s can be accessed here.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our local offer document for Mortimer St. John’s can be accessed here.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
Our Accessibility Plan and Equality Information & Objectives can be found in the policies section of this website.
West Berkshire Council’s Directory can be accessed here.
If you are looking for advice, support, or services for your child with special needs/and or disability aged 0 – 25 years then West Berkshire Parent Carer Forum may be able to help and advise you. Click here to visit their website.
The latest copy of West Berkshire Council’s SEND Local Offer Newsletter can be found here: SEND Local Offer Newsletter – Spring 2021
Listed below are some of the outside agencies with whom we work collaboratively:
West Berkshire Council’s Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Department including:
In order to contact either of our SEN coordinators, please use the contact button and speak to the school office.
Mortimer St. John’s – Mrs Gemma Rook
Mortimer St. Mary’s – Miss Jeni Pearson
The DfE advises that if parents wish to complain about their child’s SEN support they should do so while their child is still registered at the school. This includes complaints that the school has not provided the support required by a child’s SEN statement or education, health and care (EHC) plan.
If you wish to make a complaint you should initially talk to our Special Education Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO). If you are still not satisfied then you should follow the procedures in our Complaints Policy. This can be found in the “policies” section of this website. Finally, parents can make a complaint to the local authority if they are still not satisfied.
Here is a link to a guide for parents of students with English as an Additional Language