Special Educational Needs

If you require any further information regarding SEN within school please feel free to book an appointment with our SENCO.

Head of SEN: Miss Emma Place


Please see below for documents relating to our SEN reports and local offer information. 


Accessibility Policy

 Anti Bullying Policy

Education for Children in Care

Information requested from all schools for the Local Offer 2018-19.

Mental Health

Private Fostering

SEN and Inclusion Policy

SEN Information Report

Supporting Children with Medical Conditions in School



The 2014 SEND Code of Practice outlines four areas of special educational need that include a range of difficulties and conditions:

-Communication and Interaction
-Cognition and Learning
-Social and Emotional Wellbeing
-Sensory and/or Physical


By clicking on each of the areas above you will be taken to the pages that give examples of these area of need with descriptions and links to suggested websites for gaining more information.


The code states that:
Many children and young people have difficulties that fit clearly into one of these areas; some have needs that span two or more areas; for others the precise nature of their need may not be clear at the outset.”