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Additional Information

We are committed to making reasonable adjustments to ensure participation for all, so please contact the Headteacher to discuss specific requirements. All staff at Pinner Wood have regular training on the Equality Act 2010. This legislation places specific duties on schools, settings and providers including the duty not to discriminate, harass or victimise a child or adult linked to a protected characteristic defined in the Equality Act and to make ‘reasonable adjustments.’ The Equality Act 210 definition of disability is:

“A person has a disability for the purposes of this Act if (s)he has a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on his ability to carry out normal day-to day activities.”

Section 1(1) Disability Discrimination Act 1995 - This definition of disability in the Equality Act includes children with long term health conditions such as asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, and cancer. Children and young people with such conditions do not necessarily have SEND, but there is a significant overlap between disabled children and young people and those with SEND. Children and young people may therefore be covered by both SEND and disability legislation.

Preparing for the next step
Transition is a part of life for all learners. This can be transition to a new class in school, having a new teacher, or moving on to another school, training provider or moving in to employment. Pinner Wood School is committed to working in partnership with children, families and other providers to ensure positive transitions occur. Planning for transition is a part of our provision for all learners with SEND. Moving classes will be discussed with you and your child at their summer term Transition/Review meeting. Transition to secondary schools will be discussed in Year 5, to ensure time for planning and preparation.

Have your say
Pinner Wood School is your school. We can shape and develop provision for all of our learners ensuring achievement for all. This SEND report declares our annual offer to learners with SEND, but to be effective it needs the views of all parents/carers, learners, governors and staff. So please engage with our annual process to ‘assess plan, do and review’ provision for SEND.

This offer has been produced with pupils, parents/carers, governors, and members of staff. We would welcome your feedback and future involvement in the review of our offer.

The best people to contact are:
* Carolyn Hector/Didi Chapman - Chairs of Governors
* Shaheen Saib - SEND Governor
* Jo Bretayne – Assistant Head , Inclusion leader
* Deb Spruce - Headteacher

The above people can be contacted via the office: Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Tel: 0208 868 2468 Letter: please indicate the intended recipient If you have specific questions about the Harrow Local Offer or would like details of support services for parents of SEND pupils in Harrow, please Click Here

Complaints
Parents have the following rights of redress should the school, Governors or LA fail in the duty to provide, or if a parent disagrees with a decision or feels there is discriminatory practice:

* The school or LA complaints procedure.
* An appeal to the SEN and Disability Tribunal (LA decision).
* A claim against the responsible body (Chair of Govs or LA). 
* To the SEN or disability Tribunal for discrimination. 
* A complaint to the LA Ombudsman (Schools and LAs).

 

Headteacher – Mrs D Spruce
Latimer Gardens, Pinner, Middlesex, HA5 3RA
Telephone No: 0208 868 2468
Fax No: 0208 429 1629

E-mail: office@pinnerwood.harrow.sch.uk