Welcome to our SEN information page
My name is Mrs Forshaw and I am the SENCO at Beechwood Primary School where your child attends. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns regarding your child or the provision in place for them. You can contact me via the main school office (details on the 'contact us' page).  I will be more than happy to meet with you to discuss your child's needs and I will also be able to guide you in the right direction should you wish to make a complaint. 
In September 2019, we opened a Social, Emotional and Mental Health Resource Base for children in EYFS/KS1. Our SEMH Resource Base is our Lewis Carroll class. The class has 6 places and it is for children who have SEMH as their Primary area of need. Our Lewis Carroll class aims to give the children the skills and confidence to succeed in mainstream.
In September 2019, following our successful National Lottery Bid we opened a Multi Sensory Room. This room is attached to our Lewis Carroll class but it can also be accessed by all members of our school community.
Halton Local Offer
The Local Offer contains information about the different services parents and schools can access. It has links to Children's Services, Health, Leisure, Transport and more.
In the section titled 'Education, Early Years and Childcare' you will find further information regarding SEND areas of need and a range of services which can be accessed by both school and home.
What's on in Halton?
Click on the link below to see all of the activities available in your local area.
ChAPS - Cheshire Autism Practical Support
This website offers support and advice for families and young people living with an Autism Spectrum Condition.
Halton SEND services offers advice, information and support for children, parents and carers.
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TALK Halton - Communication Hub


Halton’s vision is for every child in Halton to be given the best start in life so that they are happy, healthy and able to reach their full communication potential. We would like all children to be; TALKERS, LEARNERS, ACHIEVERS


Visit the website to see how you can support your child on their communication journey.