Special Educational Needs / SEND
Our pupils learn within a supportive environment, developing an understanding of morals and values as well as a knowledge of and respect for all religions, faiths and cultures.
Working closely with Parents, Governors and the wider community, we provide a caring, secure and happy environment where every child matters and where all children will be nurtured and guided to develop the aspirations to become lifelong learners.
Our school is an inclusive school and offers to meet the needs of all pupils and their families, including those with special educational needs. We have a shared expectation that all pupils, regardless of their special educational needs, should be offered inclusive teaching which will enable them to make the best possible progress in school so they know they are a valued member of the school community. The range of support the school can offer will be tailored to individual need following thorough assessments by internal and / or external agencies.
SENCo: Mrs Jodie Evans - Headteacher
Please contact the school office for any queries
The school is a member of Epping Forest Rural Local Delivery Group which provides a network of support and access to a range of resources and professional advice for children with SEND.
The school works closely with a range of professionals for specific needs, including:
- Educational psychologists
- School Nurse
- Speech and Language
- Occupational Therapists
- CAMHS (Child and Adult Mental Health Service)
- SAS (Statutory Assessment Service)
We have a range of policies available on the school website:
Please find links to other useful websites: