Special Education Needs & Disabilities (SEND) Information
Our education provision within mainstream Duke’s Secondary School caters for pupils with moderate learning needs.
The NCEA SEND Information Reports (available below) provide information on what services children, young people and their families can expect through the Duke’s Secondary School, including education, health and social care. Knowing what is available gives you more choice and therefore more control over what support is right for your child.
They provide information on a number of things, including:
- special educational provision
- health provision
- social care provision
- other educational provision
- leisure opportunities
The NCEA SEND Information Reports have been written to explain how we can meet the special educational needs of young people and their families, and takes into account the following documents:
Other policies, including Accessibility Statement, are available on the NCEA Trust website. Please click here to visit.
Click on the links below to view information for each of these areas:
This is our NCEA Single Academy Trust report from 2017-18. The Duke’s Secondary School report is currently being completed and will be placed here.
This is described as the Local Offer.
Mrs Jill Collin is SENDCo for Duke’s Secondary School and is responsible for the special educational needs of mainstream learners in the school. Mrs Collin can be can be contacted on 01670 816111 (Ext 303). If you would like to arrange a meeting, please telephone for an appointment.
SEND enquiries and support can also be directed to the following contacts:
Duke’s Secondary School: 01670 816111 email@example.com
The NCEA Trust also support learners in all our schools socially through the Learner Welfare Team. Contact the Learner Welfare Team by telephoning 01670 816111 (Ext. 367) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org