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Our SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities) policy is part of our Inclusion policy. This can be found under Key Documents and Policies.



Well just like that, we are back open. The children have transitioned well and have adapted to the new way the school is running. We have invited all parents of children with additional needs to meet with us, the SEND team to discuss any possible changes to their medical conditions, changes in learning as well as a catch up of their needs. Please bring the completed proforma, which is also below should you need another copy. Appointments are available to book via the school office, so please call to arrange an appointment, whether it be face to face or via Zoom. We look forward to seeing you all over the next few weeks. 


If there is anything you require from us, please email or call the office and we can get back to you. 


Kind regards 

Mrs Harper and Mrs Mackey


We hope you have enjoyed the Newsletters so far, and have taken part in some of the activities suggested. They are below should you wish to re-read. After a positive response from these, we will continue the newsletters termly. 


Also we include several websites that we feel might be beneficial for you. 

Useful SEND information Website Links


  • Lincolnshire Local Offer for SEN and Disability


  • Lincolnshire Parent Carer Forum


  • SENDIAS – SEN and Disability Information and advice service


  • Support for families with disabled children:


  • Family Support


  • GAIN – Grantham Autistic Information Network


  • Emotional Wellbeing/Behaviour Pathway


  • Children’s Community Services


  • Healthy Minds Lincolnshire


  • Liase – SEND Information, advice and support services for Lincolnshire (free, independent family support with EHCP process)


  • Challenging Behaviour


  • Autism – the National Autistic Society


  • ADHD – Lincolnshire ADHD Support Services



Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

We are committed to meeting the educational needs of all our pupils and recognise that some of our children will need additional support. A Special Educational Need and is a difficulty or barrier that affects a child's ability to learn and to access the curriculum. A Disability is a long term health condition which causes a difficulty or barrier to learn or to access the curriculum.


We will facilitate the support of these pupils by following these objectives:


  • Involve parents/carers as partners
  • Ensure teachers provide quality first teaching, ensuring needs are met within the class
  • Provide and adapt provision for meeting pupils’ special educational needs and where necessary, through the development of individual or group learning interventions to further learning and skills
  • Foster and maintain links with all outside agencies, educational support services, secondary and special schools
  • Initiate and facilitate staff development programmes concerned with special educational needs. We strive to train all of our staff in a vast range of SEND as well as good quality interventions and stragegies to promote development
  • Offer a range of pastoral opportunities through:
    • 1:1 or group sessions with our trained mentor (ELSA),
    • Fun Friends
    • Lego Therapy
    • Drawing and Talking therapy  
  • Ensure that our school provides for equal access in line with the Disability Discrimination Act

If you have any further concerns regarding SEND, this Government document will offer further reading:



Autumn Term 2019 - Coffee, cake and a chat (Monday 13th January)


The SEND team, Mrs Harper and Mrs Mackey would like to invite parents to come to a ''coffee, cake and a chat'' morning on Monday 13th January at Harlaxton CE School.

On this morning, we will be happy to listen to any concerns you may have about your child's learning and development whether they have additional learning needs or not. We will try our best to offer advice and guidance as well as support you with finding resources and agencies that could help, should the concern need it.

We look forward to seeing many of you.

Summer Term 2019 - Newsletter 

Please see this terms Newsletter with a focus on reading - we hope you enjoy it. If you wish to discuss anything further, please do not hesitate to contact me. Mrs Harper

If you have concerns over your child's progress and development, please follow the steps identified within the flowchart.

Please use the Local Offer if you wish to find further provision and support