Welcome to the SEND section of the website.

Our Special Education Needs co-ordinator is Miss S. St Ledger. 

You can contact Miss St Ledger on 0121 675 3102 or via email,

The SEND Code of Practice (January 2015) The Code of Practice provides statutory guidance on duties, policies and procedures relating to Part 3 of the Children and Families Act 2014 and associated regulations.

Send Code of PracticeLocal Offer: Framework and Guidance

SEND Information Report 2022 - 23



We are embedding the 5 a day principle, taken from the Education Endowment Foundation. These principles ensure that all SEND pupils have access to High Quality Teaching, which is adapted to meet their needs. Our focus for this academic year are these 3 principles:

  1. Explicit Instruction to ensure teachers use clear and succinct language in teaching and checking pupils’ understanding frequently.
  2. Scaffolding to ensure scaffolds are provided (visual, verbal and written) that allow all pupils to access the learning.
  3. Flexible Groupings to promote peer tutoring, placing pupils in groups in which they learn from one another.

Main EEF five a day

5 A Day EEF Principles


Below are useful links and documents you may find useful to support your child at home.

Eastwards Consortium Speech and Language Support

TalkBoost Home Learning Pack

NHS Speech and Language - Getting Started With Communication.

NHS Speech and Language Strategy Videos

Pause Information for Parents 

Educational Psychologist Information for Parents

Sensory Support for Parents.Communication and Autism Information for Parents

Physical Difficulties Support Service for Parents

Supporting Fine Motor Skills

Supporting Handwriting

Sensory Resource Pack Parents Guide to Zones of Regulation



Please see below the presentation from our parent coffee mornings this academic year. 

SEND Parent Coffee Present NovemberSEND Parent Coffee Presenation April

An Introduction to the CAT Team

An Introduction to PSS

An Introduction to EP

OT Presentation

Speech and Language Presentation