Lymm High School is fully inclusive 11-18 mainstream school serving the Lymm, Warrington and other local areas. At Lymm High School, all pupils are valued equally, regardless of where their abilities lie, with the school being committed to developing the best in everyone. All students are entitled to a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum, which is differentiated to meet individual needs. With its aims, Lymm High School is committed to equal opportunities, with students being encouraged to achieve their full potential, whatever their academic or physical ability, through the provision of a balanced and challenging curriculum in both content and styles of learning.
Students of all ages and abilities will:
- Be treated as individuals where their individual needs interest and aptitudes are recognised;
- Be entitled to have an emerging, or evident, special educational need identified and assessed;
- Be provided with opportunities for continues growth and development so that they can increase their self-esteem and become confident;
- Receive a balanced curriculum in both content and style of delivery which allow them to make informed choices as they progress beyond Lymm High School;
- Be encouraged to achieve their full potential, whatever their abilities;
- Be encouraged to learn through a range of enjoyable and stimulating experiences in an atmosphere where students feel valued, encouraged and safe;
- Learn to take an increasing responsibility for their own learning and actions so that they will be equipped to deal with life after school;
- Be encouraged to see education as a life-long process to the benefit of all aspects of their life.
This SEND Information Report outlines information regarding the ways in which we provide support for all students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND), in order to realise their full potential, make outstanding academic and personal progress and grow to be equipped for their future lives. Provision may change and develop over time.
The information required to be included in this SEND Information Report is stated in The Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014 SCHEDULE 1: Information to be included in the SEN Information Report.
This can be found at: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2014/1530/schedule/1/made
Click here for more information on the Lymm High School SEND Report.
- SENCO: Mrs Angy Bellers
- Inclusion Administrator: Mrs Genine Ellis
- HLTA: Lead TA Mrs Yvonne Poskitt
- Head of Student Services: Mrs Ruth Ball
- Student Support Officers: Miss Angela Clark; Miss Ruth Eaton; Mrs Karen Grimshaw
- School Nurse: Mrs Anne Plant
- School Governor with responsibility for SEND: Councillor Sheila Woodyatt
You can contact any member of staff by telephoning the main switchboard: 01925 755458