Special Needs

Special Needs

Cauldeen Primary provides inclusive educational experience for over twenty children with significant Special Educational Needs. The school provides specialist provision for children across the Highland area who have significant physical difficulties. Our “catch all” policy enables the school to reflect the range of young people within our community.
We are committed to meeting the needs of all the children within school and our interdisciplinary working ensures the effectiveness of this priority

“The Scottish Society for Autism are the leading provider of services for autism in Scotland, delivering a comprehensive range of expertise in care, support and education for people with autism, their families and carers. “

“In 1962 a group of parents, frustrated with the lack of provision and support for children with autism and their carers, and whose children had been labelled ‘ineducable’ came together and formed The Society for Autistic Children which later became The National Autistic Society (NAS). Their aim was to encourage a better understanding of autism and to pioneer specialist services for people with autism and those who care for them. “

“NDCS is the only UK charity exclusively dedicated to supporting all deaf children, young deaf people and their families in overcoming the challenges of childhood deafness.”

“There are around two million people in the UK with sight problems. RNIB helps anyone with a sight problem – not just with braille, Talking Books and computer training, but with imaginative and practical solutions to everyday challenges.”

“ASBAH aims to improve services for people with spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus, to work with them to extend their choices, and maximise opportunities for independence and achievement.”

“Scope is a disability organisation whose focus is people with cerebral palsy. Scope’s aim is that disabled people achieve equality: a society in which they are as valued, and have the same human and civil rights, as everyone else.”

“The Dyspraxia Foundation is a UK charity which exists to help people to understand and cope with dyspraxia. We are a resource for parents, for teenagers and adults who have the condition, and for professionals who help all of them. “

“Epilepsy Action Scotland is a dynamic, active organisation that directly involves people with epilepsy in campaigning and lobbying for the services they need. Epilepsy has been a hidden condition long enough. Help us to bring about change.”

“This is the official site of Enquire, the national special educational needs information and advice service for Scotland. The service is located at the offices of Children in Scotland.”

“Capability Scotland is Scotland’s largest disability organisation, providing a broad range of services to adults and children with disabilities. “

“Welcome to the website of Down’s Syndrome Scotland formerly Scottish Down’s Syndrome Association (SDSA). Our name has changed but we are still working hard to develop a membership organisation which works well to improve the quality of life for everyone with Down’s Syndrome in Scotland”

“The Highland Advice and Information Network is an umbrella organisation/mutual support network comprising all the nine independent Advice Agencies in the Highlands with Central Support staff based in Inverness.”