Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
Overton CE Primary School is a mainstream school, and we work hard to meet the needs of all our children as an inclusive school. We have a very strong ethos that values every child as an individual. We have an expectation that every member of staff will encourage children in their learning choices, and that no ceiling of opportunity will prevent children from achieving and surprising us. Please click here for the document “Including Everyone” to find our SEND Information Report detailing more about our provision.
Further useful information:
Special educational needs and disability – A Guide for Parents and Carers
Hampshrie Council Council - Special Educational Needs Parents Guide
Supporting Children with Medical and Mental Health Needs at School – WellatSchool
Parenting Smart: a free online resource featuring practical advice and tried-and-tested tips for parents and carers of primary age children – Parenting Smart
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Support for Neurodiverse Families
This free service supports parents/carers, who have children aged 3-17, with a variety of skills building programmes if your child ...
- has behaviour that challenges
- is awaiting assessment for ASC/ ADHD or are on the CAMHS pathway
- is diagnosed with an Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC)
- is diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- is a teenager (12-17 yrs) displaying behaviour that challenges
They offer 4 evidence based parenting programmes to help parents better understand their children’s conditions and/or behaviours and develop positive strategies to manage these.
Click here for the website