SEND and HID
Icknield High School prides itself on being an Inclusive School; the inclusive culture of Icknield is also reflected in all our school policies and practices. We make sure that classroom and extra-curricular activities encourage the participation of all pupils, drawing on their knowledge and experience outside school. Teaching and support are integrated together, enabling all pupils to overcome barriers to learning and participate fully in school life.
To achieve inclusion we thoroughly analyse and assess children with needs, by monitoring the quality of teaching and the standards of pupils’ achievements and by setting targets for improvement. Learning for all children is given equal priority and available resources are used to maximum effect. Icknield offers a wide range of provision for students with learning difficulties, Opportunities to take part in small group work, literacy/numeracy intervention and social skills.
Icknield High School encourages all students to achieve their full potential and to become independent learners.
SEND Policy and Information Reports
SEND reforms: What children and young people need to know
Author: CDC and Department for Education Published: 22 August 2014 Produced by CDC in partnership with the Department for Education this series of fact sheets, films and posters are designed to help children and young people understand some of the key themes of the new reforms including EHC plans, Post-16 support, the Local Offer and making decisions. Leaflets - What are the reforms? - Education, Health and Care plans - Making decisions about your support - Post-16 support - The Local Offer
A guide on the support system for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), for parents and carers. Ref: DFE-00547-2014PDF, 484KB, 59 pages Author: Department for Education Published: 15 August 2014 Part of: Special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) , Children's services, Special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), Schools and colleges and Increasing options and improving provision for children with special educational needs (SEN)+ others.
Fact sheet. Special educational needs reform – England. Frequently Asked Questions Author: NCDS Published: updated 26 August 2014 Frequently asked questions guide for parents of deaf children about the proposed changes to the special educational needs framework in England. It sets out our understanding of what the changes might mean for parents of deaf children.
Other Useful Links
Luton Parent Carer Forum - www.lutonforum.org.uk
Bedfordshire Deaf Children's Society | NDCS - www.ndcs.org.uk › ... › Local groups › Find a local group › East England
Families in Luton Autism Group (FLAG) - www.luton.gov.uk/autism
Dads Autism Discuss Support (DADS) - http://directory.luton.gov.uk/kb5/luton/directory/service.page?id=wytcRv4vnew&&familychannel=0
SBDA: Your local Dyslexia Association - www.southbedsda.org.uk
Special Needs Jungle - http://www.specialneedsjungle.com
Special Educational Needs & Disability. A guide for parents & carers, August 2014, Ref DFE-00547-2014 - https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/417435/Special_educational_needs_and_disabilites_guide_for_parents_and_carers.pdf
CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services) - https://www.nhs.uk/using-the-nhs/nhs-services/mental-health-services/child-and-adolescent-mental-health-services-camhs/