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Studley St. Mary’s

Church of England Academy

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Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

SEN Vision

At Studley St Mary’s C of E Academy we have a vision of;

Quality First Teaching, Quality First Care’ to enable children to

'Live Life in all its Fullness.'(John10:10)

We use this vision to meet the needs all of all learners so that all pupils will flourish and achieve their potential in our care. 


We believe that every child at our school is unique, we aim to provide a broad and balanced curriculum for all. We are committed to developing cultures, policies and practices that are inclusive. Systems are in place to identify when children have barriers affecting their learning, followed by specific interventions to help children overcome these barriers. This practice of personalising learning applies to all children. For academically more able children this means provision of appropriate challenge to develop their particular talents. Where children are identified as needing additional support in any aspect, the school follows the Code of Practice. This ensures that each child’s needs are individually and appropriately catered for, and that any outside agencies are involved in providing guidance and support. The key principles of the code of practice are:

  • The participation of children, their parents and young people in decision making

    ·   The early identification of children and young people’s need and early intervention to support

    ·   Greater choice and control for young people and parents over support

    ·   Collaboration between education, health and social care services to provide support

  • High quality provision to meet the needs of children with SEN



Levels of support for your child

For SEN Policies please see the Policies section on our website.

Local Authorities are required to publish information on all of the provision that they expect to be available across available across education, health and social care for children and young people in their area who have SEN or are disabled, including those who do not have Education, Health and Care (EHC) plans.  This information is available on the local authority websites here:

Warwickshire’s SEND local offer:

This NHS ran page provides information on the different SEN conditions. There are also links to other relevant and useful pages:


The academies SEND offer and SEND policies are available on our policies page here.