SEND Information and ASPie at Bexhill Academy
Information regarding the SEND Policy at Bexhill Academy including the link to ESCC Local Offer
SEND Information Report & Policy
SEND Information Report
At Bexhill Academy we are committed to offering an inclusive curriculum to ensure the best possible progress for all of our students, whatever their needs or abilities.
SEND Policy 2017-18
Bexhill Academy values the individuality of all students. We are committed to giving all of our students every opportunity to achieve the highest of standards. We do this by taking account of students’ varied life experiences and needs. We offer a broad and balanced curriculum and have high expectations for all students. The achievements, attitudes and well being of all our students matter.
Special Educational Needs and Disability - Our Local Offer
Link to East Sussex County Council - Children and Families - Special Educational Needs and Disability - Our Local Offer
Useful Information & Websites
Access to AEN at Break/Lunch
Currently we have over 40 pupils with additional needs accessing the small SEN rooms during break and lunch times. This high level of pupil numbers is starting to create additional problems for both staff and the most vulnerable of pupils
Autism Train Newsletter
Care for the Carers
Parents who care for children with additional needs can apply for the Carer Card
I-Go Leisure Card
The i-go scheme improves access to leisure activities for children and young people:
• 0 to 25 years old
• with disabilities or special needs, and
• who live or receive education in East Sussex
Cardholders can get special offers and help planning a visit, including information on accessibility and someone to contact
A leisure card scheme for disabled children and young people
ASPie at Bexhill Academy
Information and useful guides for parent/carers and students can be found here.
For any further help or guidance please contact Ellie Anderson, ASPie Manager, Bexhill Academy, Tel: 01424 730722 Ext: 2215 email@example.com
Autism Train Newsletter Spring 2018
Obsessions, Repetitive Behaviour and Routines
Preparing a Person with Autism for Change
Routines can creep up on you - Understanding rituals, consistency, predictability and change.
Why change is difficult and sameness comforting – from an autistic woman’s viewpoint
Why Do Autistics Hate Change? by Shanti Roy