Cowley International College is committed to inclusion. We believe that all students, including those identified as having Special Educational Needs / disability, have an entitlement to a broad and balanced academic and social curriculum, which is accessible to them. We support all of our students to be fully included in all aspects of school life.

Mrs K MacKay is the SENCo at Cowley International College and can be contacted on 01744 678030.

Click on each tab below to find out our commitment to ensuring inclusivity amongst all our learners both within the college and within St Helens.

FAQ guide to SEND provision at Cowley International College.

Policy that identifies & explains Cowley International College’s commitment to SEND provision.

This flowchart summarises the Graduated Approach to identify students with SEND at Cowley International College.

The link to SEND provision within St Helens Local Authority.

A self-referral service that supports parents of, and young people/children with, disability and/or SEN.

self-referral service for children, young people, and families living with neurodevelopmental conditions, learning difficulties and associated mental health needs.

An online mental health service for children, young people and adults in St Helens.

Does your child suffer with sleep issues? Do you struggle with your child’s bedtime? Will your child not sleep in their own bed? Help is at hand from The Sleep Charity and thanks to funding from St Helens Children’s Commissioning.

Beacon House is passionate about developing freely available resources so that knowledge about the repair of trauma and adversity is in the hands of those who need it.

Additional links

Oak National Academy – Online, specialist support for students with SEND.

Please visit our Policies page to view documentation on SEN and SEND