SEND & Skyline Provision

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Skyline is the name of our Inclusion and Special Educational Needs team at MEA Central. 

Key Contacts:

Ms J Tinsley - SEND & EAL Co-ordinator 

Ms A Hunter - Assistant Vice Principal Removing Barriers 

Ms K Edwards - Vice Principal Quality of Education 

Our vision is for all students that have a Special Educational Need and/or Disability (SEND) and/or have English as an Additional Language (EAL) to feel happy, safe and secure at school.  They should be able to access a full, appropriate curriculum suited to their needs; participate in all aspects of school life and be challenged to have high expectations of themselves as learners.   

It is important to maintain a child-centred approach to SEND and EAL at MEA Central.  This should stem from the core belief that all teachers are teachers of children with SEND and EAL and all leaders are leaders of children with SEN and EAL.  We should strive to view inclusion as a process and not a place.  We should strive to be flexible when it comes to understanding and meeting additional needs.  And most importantly of all, we should strive to create the right climate where all young people feel valued and can thrive. 

For further information about our SEND provision please download our SEND Information report using the link below.


Please see this video below about the services available in your local area.





Page Downloads Date  
Emotional Intelligence Wheel of Apps 28th Dec 2018 Download
MEA Central SEND Provision Overview 20-2... 17th Sep 2020 Download
SEN Policy 2020-21 MEA Central (reviewed... 17th Sep 2020 Download
SEND-Information-Report 20-21 17th Sep 2020 Download
SEND Code of Practice 17th Sep 2020 Download
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