Children with SEND will be considered for admission in exactly the same way as any other child
wishing to join the Federation, in accordance with the Admissions Policy. However, parents should
make particular arrangements to discuss individual needs in the context of the school. For children
with mobility difficulties the school offers level access to all main buildings and carpeting throughout
the teaching areas. The schools have toilet facilities for the disabled. We believe in providing the best
that we can for all our pupils, whether they are gifted and talented, disadvantaged or vulnerable, or
whether they have additional needs. 


 To identify and support children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
 To support the provision of a happy, secure learning environment.
 To identify and support the provision of resources which will enable children with SEND to fully
access the curriculum and to be integrated into the school community.
 To promote the development of appropriately differentiated and challenging programmes of work
and interventions for individual children.
 To identify procedures for regular monitoring and reviews.
 To support a full, working partnership between school, children, parents and outside agencies.  


Co-ordination of SEND provision is the responsibility of the SENDCo (Special Needs and Disabilities
Co-ordinato)r, Mrs Alex Steel. The SENDCo will ensure that the procedures in the SEND Information
Report are carried out; that staff, governors and parents of children with SEND are provided with the
necessary information and that parents are regularly consulted. Regular meetings are arranged with
the Educational Psychology and Specialist Support Service to discuss SEND provision within the
school and access appropriate advice and support. The Governor with responsibility for Special
Educational Needs is Mrs Suzie Allen.
To read our SEND Information Report, please click on the link at the top of this page.
Norfolk’s Local Offer
Norfolk have published a Local Offer detailing services available to children, young people, parents
and carers as well as advice and support. Information can be found here:
External advice
Norfolk’s SENDIASS provides free and impartial advice, information and support about SEND for
children, young people, parents and carers. Their website is: or
they can be contacted on 01603 704070 or