Special Educational Needs & Disability


All young people, wherever they are educated, have a right to develop alongside each other within their local community.

Parents/carers must be able to have confidence that their son’s/daughter’s needs are being met quickly and effectively throughout their education and as they move into adult life.

Young people identified as having special educational needs have the same common needs and the same rights as other young people at the same stage of development.

All young people should have access to an appropriate curriculum, with teaching and learning strategies that maximise their potential to achieve, prevent failure by removing barriers to learning and provide them with a wide range of challenges.

Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND) Policy

You can contact our SEND co-ordinator, Mr J. Gardner, by clicking here.