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The Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Code of Practice states that:


“A pupil has SEND where their learning difficulty or disability calls for special educational provision, that is provision different from or additional to that normally available to pupils of the same age.”


The SEND Code of Practice sets out four broad categories of need. These are:


- Communication and Interaction

- Cognition and Learning

- Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties

- Sensory and Physical Needs


We are committed to ensuring that every child achieves the best possible outcomes and our practices and procedures ensure that pupils' special educational needs are identified quickly.  If additional specialist advice or support is necessary we will work with external agencies ie, NHS, educational psychologists and therapists.  We ensure that we meet  pupils' special educational needs.  


If you wish to talk to someone about your children's needs, please speak to your child's class teacher or the SENDCo, Mrs Pointon.


You can contact our Mrs Pointon via the admin inbox:


To find more information on how we support children with SEND please click here. You will be able to access our SEND Information Report and our SEND Policy.



To find out more information regarding our curriculum and how it relates to pupils with SEND, please click here



For more information on how we support pupils with SEND regarding Remote Learning, please click here to read our Remote Learning Offer. 


We, as a school, know what a tough time Lockdown can be for your child/children, particularly those with SEND. Below, we have included some stories, information and resources that we think you may find interesting or beneficial:

Also, included below, are a number of resources that we feel may be of benefit to you and your child/children:

Please click here to see Suffolk County Council’s Parent Hub