SEND at Haslucks Green Junior School
Haslucks Green School is a fully inclusive environment, which recognises all children as individuals, with strengths to be nurtured and weaknesses to be supported. We want all our pupils to feel that they are a valued part of our school community. We have high expectations of all pupils and we work to achieve these aims through the removal of barriers to learning and participation.
All children at Haslucks Green will be offered full access to a broad, balanced and relevant education. Some children however, may experience difficulties accessing the curriculum. Additional and different provision is therefore made by the school to enable them to achieve their full potential.
The SENDCo at Haslucks Green Junior School is Jenny Charsley, who is supported by a team of teaching assistants across the school. For further information about SEND at Haslucks please email email@example.com or call 0121 744 2088.
Policies and Reports
Useful SEND Website Links
Solihull Support Services
If you are looking for more information about services and support for children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities, please visit the Solihull Local Offer Site –
Solihull SENDIAS Service
Solihull SENDIAS Service is available to support children and young people with SEND. They provide help to their parents/carers enabling them be more aware of their entitlement and the options available, allowing them to make informed decisions. Information, advice and support for children and young people with SEND and their parents/carers will be impartial, free to access, accurate, confidential, comprehensive and easily accessible/understandable. Their site can be found here -
Solihull Parent Carer Voice
We are independent parent carers working together to raise awareness and improve outcomes for all children with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND 0-25).
We work with organisations that provide services for our families. We are completely independent of the Local Council and Health services which lets us share the experiences and ideas of parent carers, giving them a voice and effect positive change.
While the forum is not a support group, we want to work with all support groups across the borough to ensure the voice of their members is heard. The forum is passionate that the collective voice of all families is being heard.
Their site can be found here -
'My Solihull Map'
The map includes:
- community activities, groups, organisations and meeting places
- local charities (at their registered charity address, not at the location where the charity’s activities may take place)
- places you can go for help to find work, training or education
- places or organisations that can provide help and support for anyone affected by exploitation
- community safety and local policing information
- faith groups
- sports and physical activities in Solihull, as provided by Solihull Active
- the location of bleed kits in Solihull (not to be used in an emergency, but rather to give a visual representation of the locations in Solihull)
The groups, organisations and places included in the map and directory are not recommendations but provide opportunities for initial contact and introductions.