At Banks Road Primary School, the SENDCO is responsible for managing the SEND provision.

Mrs Alison Seaton is the school’s SENDCO. She holds the National Award for Special Education Needs Coordination (NASENCo). She can be contacted at school on 0151 427 4360 or via email at [email protected]. Mrs. Seaton aims to have all emails and telephone calls responded to within 24 hours Monday – Friday during term time.

Miss Selma Kesedzic is the school's Assistant SENDCO.

Please try not to worry if you or your child’s teacher believe your child may have Special Educational Needs. There are lots of people in school who can help and we will do all we can to make sure your child receives the support they need.

If you have any questions or queries about Special Educational Needs at any point during your child’s time at our school, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Seaton.

The designated governor for SEND is Mrs Gaynor Langley. Mrs Langley and Mrs Seaton meet termly to:

  • discuss developments in the school’s SEND provision,
  • discuss progress of children on the SEND register ,
  • provide an opportunity for Mrs Langley to challenge Mrs Seaton on the quality of the provision and suggest improvements.

Any concerns or complaints relating to the provision of SEND should in the first instance be made to Mrs Seaton, SENDCO. If the matter cannot be resolved then further representation should be made to the Headteacher. We have a Complaints Procedure which is available from the school office upon request or on our Policies page.

To view Liverpool’s Local Offer, which provides details of SEND support services, Click here 

IPSEA is an independent parental educational specialist which can offer information, advice and training for parents of children with special educational needs. For more information, Click here 

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Banks Road
Primary School

Banks Road
Garston, Liverpool L19 8JZ

0151 427 4360

Contact Us

Nicola McGee | Office Manager

[email protected]

James Savage | SENCO

[email protected]

Providing a happy, safe, secure and supportive learning environment where all children can achieve their highest potential.