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Special Education Needs/Disabilities (SEND)
At Maricourt we welcome all pupils into our Christian Catholic school community. We are a fully inclusive school in all we do, our philosophy and actions are rooted in our school mission statement:

'Maricourt seeks to provide and sustain a living Catholic Community which is rooted in Christian Values and where growth and knowledge, respect, love and fellowship are shared by all'

We respect and uphold our central belief that all pupils are uniquely made in God's own image for a specific role in this world. It is entrusted to all the staff of Maricourt to ensure that all pupils realise their full potential and develop as confident individuals.

Types of SEND

In accordance with recent changes in legislation:

'A pupil has SEND where their learning difficulty or disability calls for special educational provision, namely provision different from or additional to that normally available to pupils of the same age.'

Code of Practice 2014.

Pupils with SEND are now identified in one or more of the following four categories:

  • Communication and interaction
  • Social mental or emotional health
  • Cognition and Learning
  • Sensory and / or physical

Please use the following links to find out more:

SEND Offer
SEF You said We did 2018-19Download
The Award ProcessDownload
SENDIA Letter to parentsDownload
SENDIA - Self Evaluation SummaryDownload

We are very pleased to confirm that with effect from Monday 8th July Maricourt was successful in being awarded the SEND Inclusion Award.

Access Arrangements for Examinations

Disability Equality Scheme and Access Plan

Sefton's Local Offer for SEND

Local Offer Leaflet

Disabled Children Leaflet

SEND Calendar 2018-19

Frequently Asked Questions
Summer 2019 SEND NewsletterDownload
Spring 2019 SEND NewsletterDownload
Autumn 2018 SEND NewsletterDownload
Dyslexia and Specific Learning Difficulties

Autism and Social Communication Difficulties

National Autistic Society Leaflet

The Isabella Trust

Accommodations for Students with Autism

Guide to Better Sleep for Kids with Autism

Autism Resource Center

Creating an Autism Friendly Home

Autism Support Network Resources

Planning a Move with Autism

30 Ways to Celebrate Autism Awareness Month

Autism and Travel

Maricourt aims to offer pupils with SEND the best possible provision, guidance and support so that the impact of any learning difficulties are minimised. The school has a team of dedicated staff working with our youngsters to provide this.
Maricourt Catholic High School
Hall Lane
L31 3DZ
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