SEND at Acton CE Primary Academy
At Acton CE Primary Academy, our SENCO and whole school team are here to ensure that our
children with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities (SEND) reach their full potential.
Our SENCO works alongside our children, parents, wider school team and professionals to ensure that children with SEND at Acton achieve their very best possible educational and other outcomes, and that our children become confident individuals armed with the skills required for successful transition into adulthood.
In addition to focused support aimed at specific educational outcomes, the SENCO and wider team support children to: make their own choices, help to prepare them for better transition between life stages, grow their independence, promote participation in wider society and place importance on keeping healthy.
Further information around our current offer for SEND is available to download at the bottom
of this page.
Who is the SENCO at Acton CE Primary Academy?
The SENCO, or Special Educational Needs Coordinator, at Acton CE Primary Academy is Mrs Anna Pike. Working for the 'Real Life Learning Academy Trust,' she supports Acton CE Primary Academy, Calveley Primary Academy and also Bridgemere CE (Aided) Primary School. This combined approach enables extensive support and provision for children and families across these schools.
Mrs Anna Pike is a qualified teacher with more than 15 years experience leading and teaching across the primary age range. She holds the National Professional Qualification for Headship, the National Award for Special Educational Needs and has worked as a SENCO at a range of Cheshire schools.
Within the above ethos, the SENCO's role encompasses:
If you would like to chat to the SENCO regarding your child, then please email directly to email@example.com and she will make contact as soon as possible. Alternatively, you can call or pop into the School Office who will then make contact with her.
Please do not hesitate to make contact our SENCO, Anna Pike, no matter how small
the issue ... she will be happy to support!
Up to date news, links and resources are shared by the SENCO as SEND News items as above.
To develop the learners of tomorrow and equip them with the skills to flourish and succeed for "nothing is impossible with God"