Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Service

The SEN and disability service (SEND) is divided into four main areas to meet the needs of SEND children and young people:

1. SEND Assessment and Review Service
2. SEND Partnership Support Service
3. SEND Outreach Support Services
4. Educational Psychology Service

These SEND services work together to empower school staff to improve the outcomes of children with complex learning needs, which include Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), dyslexia, Down’s syndrome, deafness and vision impairment. Experienced and specialist staff will provide schools with a range of comprehensive programmes of assessment, training, support and resources that enable pupils to achieve the best possible educational outcomes.


Using Intensive Interaction to Support Pupils with an ASD in Schools
Staff supporting students with an ASD in schools, SENCOs/Teachers and Teaching Assistants


Assessment of children with complex needs
SENCOs, Teachers, Heads of Department, NQTs and Support Staff