Special Educational Needs

All appreciate the inclusive school ethos that enables each child to grow up feeling a valued part of the community. SIAMS 2018

If you wish to discuss special educational needs in more detail, please contact Miss Natalie Sharp (the SEND co-ordinator at school) on 01229 717664.

Support for parents and carers of children and young people with SEND

If parents and carers feel they would like some impartial information, advice or support on any issues relating to their children’s special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), they can contact the Cumbria SEND Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) who can offer a range of support. We will help parents, carers and young people to prepare for meetings with schools or the local authority and practically support them at the meetings in an appropriate and impartial manner. We can also signpost to other relevant support networks.

For more information on SENDIASS and how to find support, please click on this link: https://www.cumbria.gov.uk/childrensservices/schoolsandlearning/ils/parentpartnership/default.asp

To view the school Local Offer please follow the link below.:


To view the Cumbria SEND Local offer please follow the link below:


Sometimes we may invite an external agency to support children, with the permission of their families Support may come from agencies such as Family Action. Click the link to find out more information about the services they can provide.

Further information about admissions procedures for pupils with identified SEND difficulties, site accessibility and equality steps taken to ensure all pupils are treated fairly and equally are available below or on request from the school office as a hard copy.

If you are unhappy with the SEND provision for your child in school, any complaints would follow the school complaints procedure attached below.

SEND 21-22.pdf