Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

At Belford Primary School, we seek to meet the needs of all our children regardless of age, ability, culture or religion. In line with the SEND code of practice we adopt a graduated approach. This recognises that children learn in different ways and can have different levels of need. If a child is identified as having learning or physical difficulties, they will be given extra support, initially by the class teacher. It may prove necessary to involve outside agencies such as the Educational Psychologist, Speech Therapist and teachers for the visually or hearing impaired, in order to develop suitable programmes for these children. If your child has difficulties you will be kept informed at all stages of their education.
Mrs Rainey is the SEND coordinator at Belford Primary School and can be contacted through the school office by telephoning 01668 213 372
Our SEN policy and SEN report, which provides all you need to know about SEND at our school, is available to download by clicking the link below:
Every Local Authority must publish a Local Offer.
The Northumberland Local Offer can be found at: http://northumberland.fsd.org.uk
Parents can access further information and support is available from Northumberland SEND information, advice and support service. This is self-referral service and can be contacted by phone on 01670 623555 or by e-mail at alison.bravey@northumbeland.gov.uk