We are very proud of the work we do at Scargill with our SEND pupils. On this page we will try to give you some information about the work we do and answer some of your questions. Please click on the questions below and you will be able to access a linked page with the answer to the question. Please feel free to contact one of our SENDCOs if you have any further questions and they will try to help as much as they can.
There are four main areas of SEN as identified in the SEN Code of Practice. These are:
  • Cognition and Learning
  • Communication and Interaction
  • Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties
  • Physical/Sensory Impairment.
Special Educational Needs Co-ordinators (SENDCOs)
Here at Scargill we are the two dedicated Special Educational Needs Co-ordinators (SENDCOs) who manage and monitor Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have concerns regarding your child’s SEND. For more information about our role, please see our SEND and Inclusion Policy. Both SENDCOs are qualified teachers with a National Award in Special Educational Needs Co-ordination.

Sarah Hallsworth is Key Stage 2 SENDCO
Julie Clutterbuck is EYFS and Key Stage 1 SENDCO

They can be contacted using this email address:
Special Educational Needs Governor

My name is Susan Rogers and I am the SEN Governor.

My role includes:

working alongside the SENDCOs to monitor the provision and practices within the school
supporting school in its work with children with SEN- numbers, staffing ratios, budget allocation
reporting back to the full governing body after discussions with the SENDCOs so all governors know about current situations of the school