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Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Information

Children and young people with SEN may need extra help because of a range of needs.
Paragraphs 6.27 – 6.35 of the 0-25 SEND Code of Practice set out four areas of SEN:

  • Communicating and interacting – (e.g. speech, language and communication difficulties)
  • Cognition and learning – (e.g.  difficulties with organisation and memory skills)
  • Social, emotional and mental health difficulties - (e.g.  difficulty in managing their relationships with other people)
  • Sensory and/or physical needs (e.g. visual and/or hearing impairments, or a physical need that means they must have additional
    ongoing support and equipment)

Some children and young people may have SEN that covers more than one of these areas.

(DfE, 2014)

If you have any concerns please contact Miss Harris you can either telephone school on:

01889 228700

or email her directly on:

You can also find help and advice from the Parent Partnership Service

Click here to view our SEN Information Report - September 2018

Click here to view our SEN Policy Sept 2018

Click here to view our Accessibility Plan Sept 2017

Click here to view our Dyslexia Policy Sept 2018

Click here to view the Gifted and Talented Policy Sept 2017

Our SEN team work hard to provide the best possible support for all pupils.  Our support staff offer intervention programs to give pupils the extra practice and reinforcement they need, this may be done in the pupils classroom in a 1:1 situation or in small groups withdrawn from the class.  Our teachers and support staff work closely with parents and outside agencies (e.g. speech and language therapists, physiotherapists etc) to ensure that all our pupils are equipped with the best possible strategies to enable them to be independent learners to the best of their ability.  

We highly value parents support as you have expert knowledge about your child's  needs.  You are also your child's best advocate and we are dedicated to building a positive relationship with you and your child.

You will find below some links which you may find useful.  Please contact us if there is something you think we should add. 


Living with ADHD

ADD/ADHD Parenting Tips


Anxiety UK


Autism and Aspergers Syndrome

The National Autistic Society

Autism Parents Support

Autism Speaks - Family Toolkits

Autism Support Network

The Makaton Charity


Asthma UK

Cerebral Palsy




Down Syndrome

Down's Syndrome Association

Future of Down's

Dyscalculia, Dyslexia and Dyspraxia

The British Dyslexia Association

The Discalculia Centre

The Dyslexia Association

Dyslexia Action

Dyspraxia Foundation



Epilepsy Research UK - Resources

Epilepsy Action

Epilepsy Information for Children

Speech, Language and Communication Needs

Afasic Voice for Life

I Can


British Stammering Association