SEND Information

Through whole school strategies, targeted interventions with students, training programmes and information sharing by the SEND Department, Moseley School and Sixth Form is able to make provision for a range of needs.
The views, wishes and experience of students, parents and staff (from the school and sometimes, from outside agencies) are integral to the planning and review of the support we allocate to our students.

Our School Accessibility Plan and SEND Policy are available within our School Policy Section:

SEND Introduction Film

Welcome from our SEND team

SEND Information Report

View and download our SEND information report here.

Contact our SEND Team

Our Special Educational Needs Coordinator is Miss Rachel Slowey slr@moseley.bham.sch.uk

Miss Slowey is supported by our Non-Teaching SENCO Mrs Emma Chiles. Mrs Chiles does not teach classes and is the best person to contact first if you have any concerns about your child’s specific needs or would like to ask us any questions about their support.

The main Moseley School contact number is: 0121 566 6444. Please either ask to be put through to Mrs Chiles or the SEND Department.

SEND Local Offer Information 

The SEND Local Offer website includes information, advice, support and resources for SEND families, professionals, children, young people and schools in Birmingham, please see the short film and links to the website below:

SEND Local Offer – Birmingham 

SEND Local Offer – Birmingham (signed)

The Birmingham Local Offer website includes information about the wide range of services that are available to support all areas of a child’s life (0-25 years) especially those with a Special Educational Need or Disability (SEND).  This includes support with education, physical and mental health, social care, leisure activities and moving towards independence and adulthood. Visit the Birmingham Local Offer Website here:  Birmingham Local Offer website

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Year 8 Progress Evening 18th April

School News

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