SEND and Inclusion
SEND at William Lovell Academy
“Respect, Truth, Justice, Generosity and Forgiveness "
These values reflect our ambition to provide a caring, inspiring and supportive community in which all students are able to excel in their education and leave the school fully prepared for their next step.
We are committed to meeting the needs of all students. There is a shared expectation that all students, regardless of their individual needs, should be offered inclusive and personalised teaching to enable them to make the best possible progress and to know that they are valued members of the school community who are fully included in every aspect of school life.
Support is based on thorough assessment, both internal and via external agencies. A blend of personalised teaching, in-class support and individual/paired/small group interventions promote accelerated progress as well as confidence and independence.
Our SENDCO: Joanna Rose – JRose@stickney.lincs.sch.uk
Our Governor with responsibility for SEND: David Esmond.
Our Student Wellbeing Officer: Mrs Kim Dunn.
Please click on the links below to view the relevant documents.