Salford City Academy SEND Vision and Aims

The vision and aims of our SEND (Special Educational Needs Department) are as follows:

  • All children and young people are valued equally and have the right to learn, achieve and participate fully in education and in the wider community regardless of their abilities and behaviours
  • All children and young people are empowered so that their voice is heard and heeded in decisions made about themselves
  • All parents and carers are partners in meeting the needs of their children
  • All children and young people are entitled to have access to a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum that is differentiated to meet individual learning styles, recognising personal strengths and needs
  • The diversity of the needs of children and young people is recognised and met through a range of flexible, responsive and varied provision

Salford City Academy's SENCO (Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator) is Mr Martin Wilkinson. You can contact Mr Wilkinson via email

If you would like more information about SEN Provision in the Salford area, please click here.

For specific information about the SEN and learning support at Salford City Academy, please read the following documents:

SEN Information Report 22-23.pdf 1532KB SEN Information Report 22-23.pdf
Salford City Academy Accessibility Plan.pdf 91KB Salford City Academy Accessibility Plan

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