At St. Saviour’s Church of England Junior School we recognise that many children will experience difficulties of one sort or another during their time with us. These difficulties may be in the area of learning or may be social or emotional. We aim to work closely with parents and carers to identify any difficulties quickly and to support both the child and their family to help them to overcome these difficulties.
Where children have special educational needs, that is: if they have a learning difficulty which calls for special educational provision to be made for them, that provision will be ‘additional to and different from that which would normally be provided in the classroom’.
Kitty Eve is the Inclusion Coordinator, with responsibility for SEN and SEN team leader. She works closely with the teachers to identify those children who are in need of additional support and in ensuring that these children receive the differentiated provision and additional support they require to make good progress. She does this with the assistance of a team of specially trained teaching assistants.
David Walter is the Governor for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). He ensures that the school is held to account for improving outcomes for pupils with SEN or disabilities.
If you are concerned about your child’s learning, your first conversation should be with your child’s class teacher as they work with your child on a day to day basis and therefore know them best.
For a more detailed account of what can be offered to support children with SEND and how this is implemented, please refer to the attached document (above); the SEND Information report.
Parent Partnership Service
If you would like confidential and impartial, advice and support then the Parent Partnership Service can help you. Please see their website:
To contact them, please telephone 01225 394382 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
10.00am - 3.00pm
Monday - Thursday term-time only
There is an answerphone available outside of these hours.
My name is Sally Mitchell.
My role is to provide or find support for children and their families who have health needs of an either physical or psychological nature.
I work in several primary schools and secondary schools in Bath and North East Somerset.
I am a Specialist Community Public Health nurse and have links to many other teams that may be able to help if I cannot.
My work is confidential and information will not be shared unless there is consent or there are safeguarding concerns.
If you think I can be of any help please contact me on any of the numbers below. Alternatively school can contact me.
Sally Mitchell School Nurse
St Martins Hospital
Clara Cross Lane
BATH BA2 5RP
01225 831666 M 07894598251
Parent Support Advisor (PSA)