Mendip Green Primary School is now closed to all pupils for the foreseeable future. We remain open between 8am-6pm, Monday-Friday, for children who are identified as vulnerable and children whose parents are critical to the COVID-19 response and cannot be safely cared for at home.

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Special Educational Needs

 

Mendip Green is an inclusive school. It is a single storey building which is accessible by the main entrance or through the individual classrooms. There is a disabled toilet and shower for use by disabled children and a hoist. Mendip Green has a Hearing and Language Resource Base run by a qualified Teacher of the Deaf and a Nurture Group and Pure Nurture Group run by a specialist Learning Support Assistant.

 

Our Special Needs Co-ordinator is Miss Kelly Baker.  She is supported by Mrs Ashleigh Melhuish (SENDCo) and   Mrs Jayne Marsh (Assistant SENDCo).

 

If you have concerns about your child's progress at school around any of the following; reading, writing, numbers, social and emotional development, behaviour, communicating, physical or sensory, the first person to speak to about your concerns is your child’s class teacher.

 

If you still have on-going concerns you may wish to speak to the school’s Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENDCo) Kelly Baker who is contactable via the school office.

 

If any special educational needs are identified the SENDCo will plan how to help your child with the involvement of both yourself and the class teacher. Your child’s help and progress may be recorded through a Personal Development Plan (PDP) or another way of recording their progress.

 

Parents are offered the opportunity to meet with their child’s class teacher, support staff and Miss Baker to review their child’s Personal Development Plan and write the new one at the PDP Clinics. This is a twenty minute consultation held three times a year.

 

Lorraine Young (Pastoral Lead) and Sarah Handcock (Pupil and Family Support Worker) are also available to meet with parents to discuss any social and emotional issues which they feel may be affecting their child’s ability to learn. They can work with small groups and/or with individual children depending on the child’s specific needs. Appointments can be arranged via the school office.

 

If you still have concerns that your child's needs are not being met, please do talk with the headteacher, Mr James Oakley.

 

Mendip Green Primary School is a certified member of the Makaton Friendly Scheme. 

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