Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND)
Inclusive education is at the heart of the Wright Robinson College community, and everyone works to ensure that all teaching and learning opportunities provide for a diversity of need. Wright Robinson College values difference and aims to create an environment which is inclusive, diverse and beneficial to all.
Wright Robinson College aims to create an ethos and educational environment that meets the needs of every student. The college aims to ensure that students with special educational needs and/ or disabilities are identified early, assessed and catered for within the college setting where possible and make the best possible progress.
The college will endeavor to ensure that all students with SEND have full access to all aspects of the college curriculum and wider aspects of college life. This will develop self-esteem, promote a positive self-image and prepare students for adulthood.
he SENDCO for Wright Robinson College is Miss Lee.
Miss Lee can be contacted via the college on 0161 370 5121.
Additional Needs Support
- Local offer Manchester
- Local offer Stockport
- Local Offer Tameside
- Manchester SEN Team
- Tameside SEN Team
- Nasen and SEMH needs
- National Autistic Society
- ADHD Foundation
- British Dyslexia Association
- SENDIAS website
- Young Minds and Mental Health
- SEND Consults and support
Send Inclusion Award
Teaching and Learning Policy