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All Saints CE Junior Academy

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SEND & Equalities

At All Saints we strive to ensure that age, gender, attainment, special educational needs, disability, sexual orientation, ethnicity and background are equally accepted by all people within the school – children and adults.


Staff are reminded that (as set out in the Equalities Policy) children with behavioural difficulties that are now defined as disability must not be discriminated against on the basis of behaviour arising from their disability.

This is evident in the attitudes, behaviour and personal development that underpin our ethos.


The Senior Leadership Team is responsible for overseeing this policy, its implementation, continuance, monitoring and regular review.


Please visit our Policies Page to read other school policies.

​​​Educational and welfare provision for pupils with EHC plans and pupils for whom English is an additional language:

We currently have 6 children who have an EHC (Educational Health Care) plan. We work closely with East Sussex County Council and outside agencies that are linked to EHC plans. We monitor progress on a regular basis. Children with EHC plans have interim targets set twice a year, and have an annual review at the end of the academic year.


We currently have 12 EAL students. Assessments have been completed by the TEALs Service. The Academy's wellbeing grant is helping to fund Speech and Language support in school.



Support and Information & Useful links



ISEND have developed a page to provide links to the Local Offer and Facebook pages. It provides families with links to receive direct and daily updated resources to support them at home with their children and young people with SEND. Find the link here



The ISEND CLASS+ team continue to support families of children and young people with Autism. The team are engaging with families by providing information, resources and advice for parents/carers.

For families that may be finding this time difficult, please contact CLASS+ by calling the CLASS number on 01273 336887. Contact information will be taken and passed to the CLASS+ team who will then get in touch with the parent/carer.

In addition, the weekly advice line runs every Monday 10am- 1pm on the above number, when parents/carers can talk directly to a CLASS+ practitioner.

A range of resources and information is also being shared on the CLASS+ Facebook page to further support parents/carers. This can be found here:

The ISEND Facebook page is providing daily activities and support for families to access and share within the SEND community. You can find them by searching @ISENDEastSussex on Facebook.



i-go Scheme

East Sussex County Council run the i-go scheme for young people with SEND or disabilities. It’s a free card that gives discounts to leisure and activity providers across East Sussex. To find out more, visit


SEND Newsletter

You can also sign up for the monthly e-newsletter “Parent Voice” which is designed specifically for families of children and young people with SEND or disabilities. Sign up at (tick ‘Children and Families’ and sign up to Parent Voice). Alternatively click here to the online parent voice newsletter:


East Sussex School Health Service (School Nursing Team)

School nurses can support with a range of concerns. Visit