Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND)

All teachers are responsible for planning a differentiated curriculum that meets the needs of specific groups of children and responds to their diverse learning needs. We use our best endeavours to secure special educational provision for pupils for whom this is required. In such cases, extra support will be provided, a special programme will be developed to overcome the difficulties that he/she faces and a Graduated Approach Plan (GAP) drawn up (alongside parents, child and School) to monitor and track the progress of that individual child.

A child or young person has special educational needs if he or she has a learning difficulty or disability which calls for special educational provision to be made for him or her. A learning difficulty or disability is a significantly greater difficulty in learning than the majority of others of the same age.


Our Commitment to you and your child
At Hoyle Court Primary School, we provide a broad and balanced curriculum for all our children and we are committed to the principle of inclusive classrooms.

We work closely to the guidelines of the SEND Code of Practice 2015.

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A message from Mrs Wilson , our SENDCO

I am Laura Wilson , the school’s Special Edcuational Needs and Disablities Co-orindator (SENDCO)

Please get in touch if you need advice or support for your child. I can signpost or provide you with resources for home:


This may be:
  • Communication and interaction
  • Cognition and learning
  • Social, mental and emotional health
  • Sensory/physical

Special educational provision means educational or training provision that is additional to, or different from, that made generally for others of the same age in a mainstream setting

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Should you ever have a query, concern or complaint regarding SEND support for your pupil, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

What does great SEND teaching look like?