Useful Forms and Information
Please click on the badge to be directed to Parent Mail.
Please click on the badge to be directed to Purple Mash logon page.
Please click on the link below. It will take you to some helpful parent guides for supporting Maths and Literacy at home.
What is Delivering Special Provision Locally (DSPL)?
DSPL is a Hertfordshire-wide partnership approach where parents, staff in early years settings and schools, further education colleges, local authority officers and representatives from other agencies, work together as part of an Area Group, reviewing and developing the range of provision and support services available to their local community that :
- Meets the needs of children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), aged 0-25, as close to home as possible.
- Improves outcomes for wellbeing and attainment
- Widens choice for children and parents/carers
- Removes barriers to learning
- Uses resources more effectively
Please click on the link http://dsplarea9.org.uk/ to visit the DSPL 9 Website.
Local Offer Website
Hertfordshire have launched a new website for their ‘local offer’.
The Local Offer lets parents and young people know what special educational needs and disabilities services are available in Hertfordshire, and who can access them. If you have a child or young person with SEND, then think of the Local offer as all of the services and support available to them, and to you as a parent or carer.
If you feel that you need to access any of these services, please speak to the School Senco. You can also click on the link below.
In September parents are asked to complete a short visits document that enables teachers to take their class on visits around their local community. A blank copy is available, from the school office, for you to use in case your child’s details change mid-year.
Should you require a copy of these documents translated into a different language, please get in touch with the school office. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader 5 or a higher version to open PDF files. If you don’t already have Acrobat Reader you can download it free from Adobe’s web site.