SEND (Special Education Needs and Disabilities)
Castle Batch Primary School Academy is very proud of our reputation of supporting all pupils, especially those with SEND, to be successful at school.
We value our relationships with parents of our SEND pupils and are always very happy to talk with you about any concerns you may have. Please do come and make an appointment with Hannah Jones, our SENDCo or Sally Taylor, Acting Principal, if there is anything you wish to discuss.
Please take a look at the following documents and links, as they may provide answers to any questions you may have.
TPLT SEND & Inclusion Policy
2020 21 SEND Information Report
To find out about North Somerset's local offer for SEND, please click on this link:
Children and Adult Mental Health Service (CAMHS)
Please read the document below to have your input into the service provided by CAMHS.
Useful links for families who have to deal with self-harming
Please click on the links below for further information on support regarding self-harming:
I am writing, as the parent of a Baytree School pupil in order to make you aware of a book I have written about the trials, tribulations and sometimes downright hilarious incidents that often visit the parent of a child with special needs. As a school who embraces special needs children, I thought you/your parents may be interested in reading my book. It gives a pretty good insight into the issues that affect us, the things that make us cry, and those that make us laugh out loud. I have been approached by several publishers and went ahead with publication last month.
Here's the link to my book, which incidentally is available in paperback as well as ebook on the Amazon website:-