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    If you were unable to attend the Headteachers talk at our Yr. 6 Open Evening, or would like to receive the information again, the presentation is now online. Thank you for your interest in our school.   ...
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    Your Views Matter As a school we very much value the support we receive from parents and you have the opportunity to provide feedback on key areas of school life by completing a short questionnaire on the Ofsted Parent View website.  Please click on the link:

    SEN Provision & Offer

    West Hatch High School Academy is an 11-18 comprehensive secondary school which admits students to the school in line with the school’s admission procedure. The school believes that all children and young people are entitled to an education that enables them to:

    • Firstly, highly qualified, caring and committed staff who enjoy their work and are good at it
    • High expectations across the board
    • Clear boundaries set so that pupils know exactly where the lines are drawn
    • A disciplined environment so that pupils can get on and learn 
    • A commitment that we will do all we can to ensure that your sons and daughters are safe

    Please click here to see the Schools Offer for SEN and here to see the latest SEN Information Report.

    West Hatch takes a whole school inclusive approach to students with special educational needs, recognising that the aims of the school (‘to be the best that they can be’) are the same for all students, whatever their abilities.

    The SEN department are a diverse and enthusiastic team with a range of skills. They provides support for students who may need some short term support with their learning or longer term support. Support is provided in a flexible and child centred way. The Learning Support Centre is the main hub of the Learning Support Team. This is open to students from 8:30am to the end of the day including break and lunchtimes.

    Student support may be within lesson time, in a one to one session, in a small group or can be support ‘behind the scenes’ (which can involve the LSAs and teaching staff working collaboratively to provide differentiation).  Our support takes many forms, for example literacy, maths, reading, social and emotional skills.

    At West Hatch, all students with special educational needs are allocated a keyworker who will make contact with parents if the need arises as well as arranging meetings throughout the year. The department are an approachable and friendly team who aim to answer any queries regarding SEN and take action to resolve them swiftly and efficiently. 


    I never feel like I don’t have anyone to go to. The Learning Support Team always give me options about how I like to be supported.

    Year 8 pupil