Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Information

Our SEND co-ordinator is: Mrs Sarah Griffiths

Telephone: 01827 712477

Email enquiries for our SEND Team to: tqe-info@attrust.org.uk

TQEA SEND Information Report 2023-24


To find out more about Wellbeing and Mental Health at TQEA please click here for our guide.

Our SEND strategy is divided into three waves.


Wave One- In the Classroom

  • Zonal approach LSA deployment with 100% coverage of core subjects as priority and Learning Support areas, rolled out into the wider curriculum for in-class support of all students in need of SEN support (Learning, physical and mental health needs)
  • Modelling/sharing good practise in relation to teaching and learning for students with SEN
  • Sign posting and producing resources which promote inclusivity in the classroom
  • Effective communication of needs via Personalised Learner Passports: Challenge and support of students as required
  • Adaptive teaching in every classroom to remove barriers to learning
  • Promotion of equality, equal access to every aspect of TQEA school life and routines

Wave Two- In the Academy

  • Bespoke interventions are baselined and regularly assessed to ensure positive impact
  • Quality assurance of Wave 1 teaching and bespoke intervention on-going (SEN Learning Walks/ ELEVATE referrals/ Work scrutiny/ Governor and trust evaluative visits)
  • PAND targets are high quality and SMART; they facilitate a pupil centred graduated approach through collaboration between students, teachers and parents

Wave Three- Specialist Support

  • Informed referrals are made to specialists in a timely manner
  • Students with Educational Healthcare Plans (EHCPs) receive effective personalised support and provision to ensure their objectives are met in agreement with both the students, their parents and the Local Authority
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To view our SEN category of needs please click here.