Welcome to our SEND information pages


These pages are designed to give you information about SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability) procedures in our school and to signpost you to other organisations and agencies that may be of interest.


Please remember that if you have any concerns about your child, your first point of contact should always be your child’s class teacher or Mrs Sibbald, SENCO. Mrs Sibbald can be contacted via the school office –


All our policies relating to SEND can be found on the School Policies page.


SEND Information Report (2018) – click link below


SEN Information Report – November 2018


Local Support






Please click on the link below to view our Dorset Local Offer information for parents regarding support for SEND children:





Please see below for Anxiety Web Links:



Area of Need: Communication and Interaction

(Autism awareness)



Book trust



The Communication Trust –What works?


The Communication Trust –Early years




National Autistic Society


Network Autism


Talking Point


Downs Syndrome Education





Cereba: Help, information for parents and professionals




Area of Need: Social Emotional and Mental Health


Association of infant Mental Health (AIMH)



Social Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH)



Young Minds


Information for Parents


Contact : Resource Library: Fact Sheets and Parent Guides


Council for Disabled Children local-ias-service



Dorset SENDIASS – Information, Advice and Support Service


SENDIASS Service Leaflet Nov. 2017 A4


Sleep Hygiene for Children


Tips For Separating & Separated Parents



Useful Mental Health Apps

Calm – a meditation app that also does breathing exercises

MoodPanda –  a mood tracker –

Reach out worry time – an app to help manage ‘what if’ worries that people may spend too much time worrying about