Special Educational Needs and Disability

A child may require extra support as a result of emotional or behavioral problems, a physical disability, medical or health problems, difficulties with speech and language, a sensory impairment, general difficulties with schoolwork, or low self-esteem. Some children have a combination of these.

We aim to identify children with special educational needs as early as possible so they can be actively involved in their work and experience success.

We support and encourage independent learning and positive self-esteem and involve children, parents, and teachers in a productive working partnership. Children follow an Individual Education Plan (IEP) devised by the class teacher and SENCO. Children are supported individually or in small groups by a teacher or teaching assistant.

We make full use of services available from the Special Needs Support Service, Educational Psychologist, and Health & Social Services.

 SEND Policy

SEND Local Offer

Educational Partnership Policy

Parent Partnership Certificate

 Accessibility Policy

 Accessibility Plan


SENCO - Stephanie Barnes - 01273 462688