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Special Educational Needs and Disability

Underpinning the aims and values of the Early Years Foundation Stage and the National Curriculum, it is important that the curriculum we offer provides opportunities for all pupils to learn and achieve at an appropriate level and prepares them for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life, in their local community and the wider world. 


In addition to the support and resources the Class Teachers provide in the classroom, as a school, we have achieved a Dyslexia Friendly award, all our staff are Inclusive Communication trained (levels one to three), demonstrating our commitment to the school's motto 'All can achieve'. 

Key members of staff in school:


SENDCO: Sue Ham  

SEND Inclusion Manager: Caroline Burgess

SEND Governor: Michelle Case



SEND Policy 2021

SEND Information Report 2021 - 2022

SEND News/Flyers

Somerset SEND News & Latest Newsletter


Parent and Family Support Service

As part of the Wessex Learning Trust we have access to a Parent and Family Support Advisor. For further details about this service please use the link below.



Somerset SENDIAS

Somerset SENDIAS provides information, advice and support about special educational needs and disability (SEND) for parents and carers, children and young people (up to the age of 25). The service is free, confidential and impartial. For more information visit their website



Somerset Choices

Somerset Choices helps you to choose the right care and support. It includes Somerset's Local Offer and provides information on services to help children, young people and their families within the key areas of Education and Learning, Health, Care and Preparing for Adult Life.

Educational Psychology Service

September 2021 - July 2022

Telephone Helpline for Parents and Carers


EPS Helpline