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School SEN Leads

All mainstream schools have a Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCo). They work with pupils, parents, staff and external agencies to support pupils who need extra help to achieve their full potential at school. 


Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo): Natalie Staples (maternity leave)

                                                                                            Becky Clare (maternity cover)

SEND Governor: Amanda Benbow

SEND Administrator: Mandy Hancock

Pastoral Lead: Jacqui Bailey 


Phone: 01793 782406



Special Educational Needs Information Report


Below is a link to our SEN information report, which explains how we support children with Special Educational Needs, including:

  • How we idenitfy and assess children with SEND
  • How we evaluate the effectiveness of our provision
  • How we monitor, assess and review the progress of children with SEND
  • Our approach to teaching children with SEND and how we adapt the curriculum and learning environment for them
  • How we enable children with SEND to engage in activities with their peers
  • Additional support for learning that is available, and support for social, emotional and mental health
  • Information about the expertise and training of school staff and resources available
  • How we involve parents and children in planning for their needs
  • How we involve other organisations such as Local Authority support services and voluntary organisations in meeting the needs of children with SEND