Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

Because God calls us to love our neighbour we respect and include each other and develop the skills of confidence, resilience, independence, empathy and understanding.

God invites us to promise to keep everyone included.

Holy Family Catholic Primary School is a Roman Catholic mainstream primary school and is part of the All Saints’ Family of Schools.  We are committed to inclusion and are respected in the community for an ethos in which we see all our children as unique individuals with vary needs and abilities. We work collaboratively as a staff team and alongside external professionals to enable each child to achieve. We provide a broad and balanced curriculum which incorporates equal opportunities for all children.

Holy Family Catholic Primary School provides for children with special educational needs and disabilities that include:

  • Learning difficulties
  • Physical disabilities
  • Emotional difficulties

Our SENCO is Mrs Jo Brennan.

Our SEND Governor is Mr Piero Maggio. He can be contacted through school by telephoning  01909 473917

SEN Information Report

Relevant Policies:

SEND policy

Personal Intimate Care Policy

Physical Intervention Policy

Supporting Pupils with Medical Conditions

Accessibility Plan Holy Family Catholic Primary School

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